We recommend using the Thunderstore Mod Manager or an alternative for installing mods
This server side mod creates a web based map that shows live players and allows shared exploration. After port forwarding the correct port, you can share
http://your_ip:port to anyone else and they can see the map too. Clients do not need to have any mods installed!
For players to show up on the map, they must set
visible to other players in the in-game map screen.
This has only been tested on a Valheim dedicated server. I'm not sure this will work with the built in server inclued with the base game.
Place the WebMap directory in:
Steam\steamapps\common\Valheim dedicated server\BepInEx\plugins\WebMap
WebMap/config.json with a text editor and change stuff in there.
If you are updating, one additional thing you and anyone else using the web map might need to do is clear your browser cache.
You may also be able to hold down the
shift key and click the reload button in your browser.
This mod supports placing pins with chat commands. Press
Enter to start chatting in game. The commands are as follows:
/pin- Place a "dot" pin with no text on the map where you are currently standing.
/pin my pin name- Place a "dot" pin with "my pin name" under it on the map where you are currently standing.
/pin [pin-type] [text]- Place a pin of a certain type with optional text under it on the map where you are currently standing.
cave. Example command:
/pin house my awesome base
/undoPin- Delete your most recent pin.
/deletePin [text]- Delete the most recent pin that matches the text exactly.
If a player creates too many pins, their oldest pin will be removed. There is a setting to control how many pins a player can create in
To get your environment working, you will need to find and place these .dll files in the WebMap/libs directory. These dlls are usually found in:
Steam\steamapps\common\Valheim dedicated server\valheim_server_Data\Managed
* UnityEngine.ImageConversionModule.dll (This one might be harder to find. Try googling.)
To get the fontend part building, you'll need node installed. After, just do
npm install to install webpack. Then you can run
npm run build to build
main.js which should be included with the other web resources in
I wanted to get this working as soon as possible, so apollogies for messy code.
When applicable, assume stuff is under the MIT licence ( https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT )
I am not liable for any damages and there is no warranty etc...
Please note that the install buttons only work if you have compatible client software installed, such as the Thunderstore Mod Manager. Otherwise use the zip download links instead.
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