[OSM-talk] City templates - Links OFF

Fernando Trebien fernando.trebien at gmail.com
Fri Mar 28 18:42:10 UTC 2014


Hi Erick,

All wiki templates have URLs in this format:

http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Template:[template name]

So all you need is to figure out the template name. I know you've been
mapping in Brasília, so I guess the city page you want to edit is this
one: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Bras%C3%ADlia

If you go into raw view or edit mode, you'll notice right at the beginning:

{{pt-br:place|name=Brasília|type=city|area=Distrito Federal|image=|
lat = -15.780 | long = -47.930 | zoom = 12}}

pt-br:place is the template name you're after. The rest is a bunch of
template parameters.

The "pt-br" prefix means the template is only used by articles from
the Brazilian community, so you may wish to contact the local
community to see if these changes are ok.

On Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 2:37 PM, Erick de Oliveira Leal
<erickdeoliveiraleal at gmail.com> wrote:
> In the city template, links like below are off, how to edit this template to
> not show this links?
>
> http://tah.openstreetmap.org/MapOf/?lat=-15.7896&long=-47.8221&z=9&w=1280&h=1024&format=jpeg
> http://gazetteer.openstreetmap.org/namefinder/?find=parking+near+Distrito+Federal
> http://random.dev.openstreetmap.org/no-names/?zoom=9&lat=-15.7896&lon=-47.8221&layers=0B000
> http://www.fxfoo.com/osm/kml/web/web-osm-world-day-latest-v0-openlayers.html?lat=-15.7896&lon=-47.8221&zoom=9&layers=B0T
> http://tile.openstreetmap.nl/coastlines.html?lon=-47.8221&lat=-15.7896&zoom=9&layers=B00T
>
> And this, does not aggregate any information, why it should be there?
> http://tah.openstreetmap.org/MapOf/?lat=-15.7896&long=-47.8221&z=9&w=1280&h=1024&format=jpeg
> http://www.webshots.com/
>
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