Where can I see the web front end (www.openstreetmap.org) templates?

asked 22 Dec '11, 12:19

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edited 22 Dec '11, 12:23


The web site and API are provided by a Ruby on Rails application. You can see the code in the OSM Git repo or at Github. Note that the HTML pages you see are provided by Rails Views, which aren't quite the same as templates, but are similar enough to understand.

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answered 22 Dec '11, 12:31

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