I've exported html code from OSM site. I can't see my map when I use desktop browser, there's only empty rectangle, but I'm able to see it when I use my mobile phone. Overall, only on my default mobile browser I see it correctly, with appropriate zoom, because on Chrome it's totally zoom out, so that I see whole world. How can I fix it, any ideas? Thank you in advance

Edit: I've input my area, add a marker and used share button. I've chose HTML option and generated code I've added to my website. But when I launch my application I can't see my map, unless I use mobile phone, but also there is problem because I have to use default browser (in Chrome zoom is not appropriate)

asked 08 Sep '16, 11:00

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edited 08 Sep '16, 11:21

Do you mean you pressed the "export" button on the OpenStreetMap.org site, or "Share", or something else? Can you explain in a bit more detail what you did, and what you expected to happen?

(08 Sep '16, 11:06) SomeoneElse ♦

See my edit please

(08 Sep '16, 11:19) adolzi

Have you tried making the code again?

I tried locally, and it works just fine. Maybe you could share your code here.

A common problem with iFrames is that your browser might not be willing to show it if you use a http:// iframe within a https:// website

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answered 09 Sep '16, 17:42

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