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I am using OpenLayer to load OpenStreetMap. Using this js : http://www.openlayers.org/api/OpenLayers.js which doesn't support https and hence the map is not load. I have a app which has a requirement to use all url having https support. Is there any way to Use the HTTPS SDK of OpenLayer or OpenStreetMap and Load the Map ?

asked 02 May '14, 15:38

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OpenLayers is a separate project, and not part of OpenStreetMap. But yes, you can use the javascript over https by downloading it and serving it from your own servers.

The map tiles from OpenStreetMap are available over https.

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answered 02 May '14, 17:08

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edited 02 May '14, 17:09

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Hi Andy,

Thanks for your quick reply. Alternative to hosting the library on a server and use it . I downloaded the library and just included the OpenLayers.js , marker image and required css file in the app and the map loads perfect.

(05 May '14, 10:09) Vivek Tankaria
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