Template:Mapframe

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Function

This template acts as a frame for an external map. Javascript is used to replace "mapdiv" with an iframe. See Wikivoyage:How to use dynamic maps and Wikivoyage:Dynamic maps Expedition for more information.

Usage

{{Mapframe|1|2|zoom=|height=|width=|layer=|staticmap=|align=|name=}}

Required parameters

|1 latitude of the map's centre, valid range: -90.0 to 90.0
|2 longitude of the map's centre, valid range: -180.0 to 180.0

Optional parameters

|zoom= zoom level, default=14, valid range: 0 to 18 or auto (0=Earth, 18=city block, auto=showing all markers)
|height= height of map frame, default is 420px - should be at least 370 to provide enough space for the layers menu to expand
|width= width of map frame, default is 420px
|staticmap= static map image, a normal png or svg file
|align= alignment of map frame, default is right (other values are "left" and "center")
|name= name of the location as you want it to appear in the caption - default display is the article title with parent page and disambiguation removed. For an example of this parameter's usage, see Amsterdam/Binnenstad.
|layer= see Wikivoyage:How to use dynamic maps#Mapframe

Examples

 {{Mapframe|51.47766|0.00115}}
 {{Mapframe|zoom=auto}} (lat/long is not required)
 {{Mapframe|51.47766|0.00115|zoom=14|height=400|width=400}}
 {{Mapframe|51.47766|0.00115|zoom=14|height=400|width=400 |layer=W|staticmap=map.png}}
 {{Mapframe|51.47766|0.00115|zoom=14|height=400|width=400 |layer=MLSCG|align=center|name=the Binnenstad}}

Associated template

  • {{mapshape}} - Used to create a mask, shape or line using data from the OpenStreetMap database; useful for city or region borders, or for showing routes.
  • {{mapmask}} - Used to create a mask using manually entered latitude/longitude pairs; useful for drawing city or region borders that aren't available from OpenStreetMap.

Code

  • Module:Map used to create <mapframe> tag with all of the parameters