[OSM-newbies] adding numbers to map without clutter
pellgill at gmail.com
Sat Aug 18 12:00:07 BST 2012
Wow. Great idea.
2012/8/18 Andrew Errington <erringtona at gmail.com>
> On Sat, 18 Aug 2012 19:50:07 Gilles Pelletier wrote:
> > In my town we have a service called Taxibus.
> > You call and give a starting and ending post number and the time.
> > At the specified time, a taxi comes up to the starting post and takes you
> > to the ending post for a low fixed fee.
> > I would like to put on the web a page with openstreetmap imbedded and
> > all the post numbers included.
> > This might clutter up the global map so is there a way to add them on the
> > fly as the map is loaded and still retain the capability for the map to
> > expanded, reduced, moved, etc?
> You should take a look at OpenLayers.
> You can make a webpage with OSM as the background, then add your own
> information as a transparent layer on top. You can have many layers and
> them on and off.
> Here is a very simple example:
> But there are many other examples on the web, and a lot of OpenLayers
> Best wishes,
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> newbies at openstreetmap.org
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