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Is there an example of how to use JavaScript to send an address to display a map in a HTML webpage?

asked 27 Jun '21, 22:03

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You can display a map in a html page using the LeafletJS library and show the address with a marker.

See https://leafletjs.com/examples/quick-start/ for an example about integrating the map and displaying a marker.

If you don't have the coordinates for an address, you would have to geocode those first. Nominatim will help you in forward geocoding (getting coordinates for addresses), see https://nominatim.org for more information on geocoding).

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answered 28 Jun '21, 09:38

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edited 28 Jun '21, 09:40

Thanks for the information!!!

(28 Jun '21, 16:53) QJasper
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