I want to add OpenStreetMap on my website webpage that is related to mollify the water for my customer so they can find me easily.

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Kindly tell me the whole process. I also want to add OSM in my website. Thanks in advance.

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Have a look at the other answers in this question or others on this site and then open a new question to address the parts you are still having trouble with explaining exactly what you are trying to do.

(29 Apr, 12:39) TZorn
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i also need add OpenStreetMap on my project Behang eraf halen webpage on

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There are a few organisations that offer tiles, there's a list at https://switch2osm.org/tile-hosting.

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answered 16 Dec '20, 17:17

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Everything you need to know is at this page. I made this page.

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answered 15 Dec '20, 17:43

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Your page fails to mention that usage of tile.openstreetmap.org is not intended for general usage and that it must abide by the tile policy. https://operations.osmfoundation.org/policies/tiles/

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