The html code copied from openstreetmap onto my website to show cycle and transport maps now shows as blank (just the zoom buttons visible on a grey background). The code does not seem to be working and this does not appear to be an issue with my site and has nothing to do with the need for API key. Can anyone help???

Thanks www.holidaysbycycle.com

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The question has been closed for the following reason "Duplicate Question" by aseerel4c26 21 Sep '16, 21:20


This is the same problem as https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/52023/embedded-maps-not-working isn't it? The "people who can help" are likely to be site admins, and the best way to log website bugs is over at https://github.com/openstreetmap/openstreetmap-website/issues. A quick search doesn't show anything that obviously matches. Alternatively, you could try asking in #osm-dev on IRC.

When you say that "this does not appear to be an issue with my site and has nothing to do with the need for API key" this presumably means that you have obtained your own API key from Andy Allan, who hosts the cyclemap and travel tiles?

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Hi thanks for your answer, i understand this issue how now been logged - i don't have an API, but a previous answer suggested it may be related to this.

Thanks again

Tom

(21 Sep '16, 20:39) tombomb1

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