I have a map on the homepage of my website that goes blank occasionally and I don't know what is triggering it to do so. Strangely enough when I login as a user/admin, the map displays fine. I have under 10K hits a month, which only a fraction go to the homepage, so I'm not sure what kind of limit I would be hitting.

Anyone else experiencing the same issue or have any suggestions?

asked 03 Nov '13, 16:44

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Please tell some more technical details, it looks like it’s more a server than an OSM problem.

(03 Nov '13, 16:52) Hendrikklaas

your login should not change anything of the map embedding, does it? I guess in both cases you call osm.org tiles (I am assuming you are using those). If you still can access these tiles the problem should not be a Tile usage policy-based block. In addition a block seems to deliver no blank but error tiles.

As Hendrik says, please describe your technical details (link?). And tell us why you think it is a OSM (server) problem.

(03 Nov '13, 17:57) aseerel4c26 ♦

The homepage can be viewed here.

But the rest of the page is displaying fine, so I don't think it's a server issue. Is there any other way that I could determine what the problem is?

(04 Nov '13, 15:28) nyancat

At the moment I can see only empty div's where the code to show openlayers should be. So there must be something wrong with your code or with your server configuration.

(04 Nov '13, 16:07) RM87

Do you generate the HTML via PHP or something?

(06 Nov '13, 08:03) gormo
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