When I go to the OSM site the top of the screen with log in shows up but no map shows. I can log in. I have Norton security and it has it as a safe site. I have given all the permissions I could find. I have the same Norton on a laptop which shows the map before I log in. Thanks in advance for your help.

asked 15 Mar '14, 15:22

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edited 15 Mar '14, 17:07

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aseerel4c26 ♦


Please esit your question and tell us what operating system and what browser you use in detail.

Do you have any browser plugins installed that may block images?

Have you tried anothet browser?

(15 Mar '14, 17:01) stephan75

Try to refresh your cache: Be on the map page and then hold Ctrl and hit F5 (for the most used browsers). I had the same some days ago (in Firefox).

(15 Mar '14, 17:09) aseerel4c26 ♦

I have same issue, all site and all feautures are working well except map (images) loading

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answered 26 Nov '17, 12:03

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@Elbakkar Unfortunately just saying "it doesn't work" doesn't provide any information that people could use to try and help.

Please tell us what operating system you're using and what web browser. Do you have any web browser plugins enabled? If so, which ones?

(26 Nov '17, 12:12) SomeoneElse ♦

I use windows10 and check Internet Explorer and Firfox and Google Chrome. and the site is working well with map loading but in another connection in the same PC. it is a mater of web_filtering, but I can catche the issue yet.

(26 Nov '17, 14:50) Elbakkar

So what's the difference between the two connections?

(26 Nov '17, 15:11) SomeoneElse ♦

I think it is a matter of "application signuature" or certificate?

(27 Nov '17, 10:25) Elbakkar

Can you give us a few more clues? Are you using http://openstreetmap.org or https://openstreetmap.org ? Are you behind any proxy server (for example, a commercial proxy server that rewrites https traffic)?

(27 Nov '17, 10:40) SomeoneElse ♦
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