I currently create links to google maps on my photographs' web pages, for example, click "location map" on this page. Would it be permissable to do the same using OSM?

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You never need permission to create a link to anywhere on the internet.

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answered 18 Nov '18, 21:01

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What Richard said... and you are very welcome to do so! Adding a marker may be useful for you.

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answered 18 Nov '18, 21:47

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Adding a marker would be very useful but it would have to be in the URL as these are generated programatically in Perl. I'll investigate what is possible.

(18 Nov '18, 22:51) Alan Clifford
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@Alan Clifford: as you likely already noticed, the wish for a marker is encoded in the URL with the mlat and mlon HTTP GET parameters.

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