Creating webpages with embedded topo maps is a fusion of two of my hobbies, programming and maps. Basically the technical it is quiet simple. Create a webpage en copy the embedded code into in. In the table below you will find some examples.
If you want to reuse the embedded code in a web page be aware of the licenses and copyright. Visit the webpages of the web publishers and check them.
(Last modified: February 19, 2019, last checked: February 19, 2019)
|Name of map||Description
|GOOGLE-map||The well known GOOGLE map and satellite image.|
|BING-map||The well known BING (Microsoft) map. Under construction!|
|HERE-map||The well known HERE map and satellite image (former NOKIA).|
|OSM-map||The original Open Street Map|
|GISsurver||Maps from mappingsupport.com. Includes the ESRI streets, ESRI topographic, ESRI National Geographic and OSM cycle world. Be aware: sometimes distances and contour lines are indicating mile/feet instead of meters.|
|Hillmap. The GOOGLE terrain map.|
|PDOK-map||The Dutch topo map (PDOK). Includes satellite image. The map is always less then two years old!.|
|Dutch TOP-maps||The Dutch TOP10, TOP25 (raster), TOP50 (raster), TOP250 (raster). The map is mostly less then two years old! Be patience, it takes time to load the raster maps.|
|SWISS-map||The Swiss raster topo map. You can zoom from scale 1:500,000 to 1:12,500. This map shows all the hiking trails an walkways.|
|Spanish Map||The Spanish raster topo map. Includes raster maps scale 1:500,000, 1:200,000, 1:50,000 en 1:25,000.|
|Map of the Canary islands||A raster map (scale 1:20.000) of the Canary islands.|