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The osm directive is supplied by the osm plugin.

This directive inserts an OpenStreetMap map onto a page. It is typically combined with the waypoint directive to add points to the map.


[[!osm ]]
[[!waypoint  lat="45°30N" lon="73°40W" name="My city" tag="city"]]

The osm directive will display the actual map, while the waypoint directive adds waypoints to the map.

The above can also be shortened as:

[[!waypoint  lat="45°30N" lon="73°40W" name="My city" tag="city" embed]]

The tag is also taken from the tags elsewhere in the page, so the above is equivalent to:

[[!waypoint  lat="45°30N" lon="73°40W" name="My city" embed]]
[[!tag  city]]

The icon is also taken from the tag if attached to the tag page as icon.png (default, modifiable)..

map display


Waypoints can be added to any page. By default the waypoint takes the name of the page, which allows you to easily tag pages and make them appear on the central map.

Waypoints, by default, show up as a image (the icon parameter) link to the main map (or the map parameter provided). That markup can be hidden with the hidden parameter.


If two pages with waypoints have a link between them, that link will magically show up on the map. Now how awesome is that?