why won't street map open? takes me to home page w/ rules etc. pls advise. thx

asked 13 Dec '19, 16:30

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Presumably your talking about a website or app here - can you say which one and add a few more details (browser, operating system, etc.)?

(13 Dec '19, 16:57) SomeoneElse ♦

sorry,new to this. its the STREET MAP option on craigs list home for rent. the google map opens fine. i registered,etc but will not open. chrome.windows 10. normal m.o. no other issues. just want to see the homes via street map.thx for responding

(13 Dec '19, 17:31) lunapaz

Could you provide an exact URL for a link that does not work? I'm in the UK and property on craigslist.org shows a small map based on OpenStreetMap data and a link to show a Google map. An example link for me is https://manchester.craigslist.org/reo/d/salford-the-warehouse-2-bed-apartment/7037578412.html .

Interestingly, at the bottom of the OpenStreetMap-based map is "© craigslist - Map data © OpenStreetMap". If you click on "OpenStreetMap" there you get taken to https://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright . Maybe for you the actual map is blank, and you're clicking on the copyright link?

If that's the case, you'll have to contact Craigslist - the maps on their pages are created by them, not by OpenStreetMap.org.

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answered 13 Dec '19, 17:53

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edited 13 Dec '19, 17:54

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genius :) you are correct. i clicked on the copyright link. thankyou for your time and knowledge!!

(14 Dec '19, 02:17) lunapaz
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