I have set up a map, and have defined the bounds to restrict my map to a specific area of my city. It seems to work in the editing environment, and in my basic website. However, when I start to reduce the size of my website browser, the map reduces size, but then it stretches the map out past the boundaries that I has set up. Can the mapping system not scale the map to keep it withing my bounds? When I view the website on my I-Phone, the map has scaled way past the bounds that I set up.

Thanks for any assistance on this issue.


asked 10 Jul '20, 20:20

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edited 14 Jul '20, 08:05

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What method are you using to display the map?

(10 Jul '20, 20:54) InsertUser

I am using the provided iframe code supplied in the tools. My page is all HTML. Here is a section of the code at this point.

        <h2>Popular Neighborhoods</h2>
            Use this map to investigate properties available in

any of these most popular Northeast Valley Real Estate subdivisions.

        <iframe width=100% height="500" frameborder="0"

allowfullscreen src="//umap.openstreetmap.fr/en/map/northeast-phoenix-and-scottsdale_479075?scaleControl=false&miniMap=false&scrollWheelZoom=false&zoomControl=true&allowEdit=false&moreControl=true&searchControl=null&tilelayersControl=null&embedControl=null&datalayersControl=true&onLoadPanel=undefined&captionBar=false"></iframe>

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Let me know if this helps. I have been trying to experiment with the height and with parameters, but I am having no luck so far.

Thanks, Rich

(10 Jul '20, 21:34) RTemen
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