Can the servers from OSM be reached by https already?

Or is there a way to circumvent the problem integrating OSM in a HTTPS website that blocks cross-site-scripting?

I prefer not to use iframes but if there is no other way i will have to.

Kind regards, Jan

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Can the servers from OSM be reached by https already?

Yes. https://www.openstreetmap.org/ works for me.

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answered 10 Aug, 14:23

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Thanks Rorym

seems to work, could have tried it before.

Now up to solve the next little problem, "ReferenceError: OpenLayers is not defined"

Probably blocked in htaccess.

Kind regards, Jan

(10 Aug, 14:56) Janvanl
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