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The Kartographer extension allows you to create interactive and static maps on Wikimedia wiki pages. This page is an exhaustive reference for using Kartographer, including the many options available when using the tags ‎<mapframe>, which embeds maps directly in wiki pages, and ‎<maplink>, which creates links to full-page interactive maps, and touches on the elements of GeoJSON supported by Kartographer. You'll find a wealth of examples at the bottom of the page.

For help with Kartographer and OpenStreetMap, check out Help:Extension:Kartographer/OSM .

To place a map or a map link directly on a wiki page, Kartographer offers two tags: ‎<mapframe>, which embeds a map inline that links to a full-screen interactive map, and ‎<maplink>, which creates rich text (with an optional marker) that links to a full-screen interactive map.

Some wikis wrap these tags in templates, such as Mapbox and Mapframe. Consult your local wiki's Kartographer help page to see if your wiki has templates -- or use the tags directly with this document as your guide.


‎<mapframe>

San Francisco museums

The ‎<mapframe> tag embeds a map in a wiki page. The tag must be either empty or contain GeoJSON. See below for more resources on writing GeoJSON.

<mapframe text="San Francisco museums" width="350" height="350" zoom="13" longitude="-122.3988" latitude="37.8013" />


‎<maplink>

Cambiando $mapframe in $maplink, si crea un link a una mappa a tutto schermo:

<maplink zoom="13" latitude="46.204391" longitude="6.143158"/>

46°12′16″N 6°8′35″E

Its attributes and usage are essentially identical to ‎<mapframe>; see below for the minor differences.

Attributes

Below you'll find a list of attributes for both ‎<mapframe> and ‎<maplink>.

Strictly speaking, the only attributes that are required (marked in the table with a *) are width and height; without a location specified, Kartographer will produce a zoomed-out world map of the specified size on the page.

When zoom is not specified, Kartographer applies a best-guess automatic zoom level based on the position of any markers or geoshapes in the map.

Usage within each tag:

  • attribute="value"
Attribute Value Description Examples
width* pixels, "full" The width of the map frame. "100%" also works as an alias for "full", but no other percentage. width=200, width="full"
height* pixels The height of the map frame. height=300
zoom 0-19 The level of map detail. Zoom level 0 displays the entire available map, and zoom level 19 shows the highest level of detail. When zoom is not specified, Kartographer applies a best-guess automatic zoom level based on the position of any markers or geoshapes present. zoom=12
latitude, longitude decimal degrees The position on earth. See this article in the GIS wiki for detailed information. If not specified, Kartographer will attempt to derive the center point from an article's content. latitude=46.204391 longitude=6.143158
align "left", "center", "right" The horizontal position of the map frame on the page. This value's default is defined by the directionality of the page language (RTL: "left"; LTR: "right"). With a value of "left" or "right", other wiki content will flow around the map (see the corresponding section of Aiuto:Immagini . align="right"
lang language code, "local" The language to be used for map labels and markers. "local" uses the language of the area shown in the map. Note: Not all labels are available in every language. See also #Languages_and_fallbacks. lang=”es”
text wikitext Mapframe: Caption below the map frame. (Causes the frameless attribute to be ignored if specified.)

Maplink: Defines the text of the link which, when clicked, displays the full-screen map (Example). If no text attribute is specified for maplink, the link text is shown as the coordinates of the map's center (12°18′0″N 45°36′0″E).

text=“Map of New York marking the location of the Empire State Building”
frameless n/a Mapframe only: Causes the embedded map to be drawn without a frame (border). (Ignored if the text attribute is set, which forces a frame to be drawn.) The tag should be added without a value frameless
class "no-icon" Maplink only: Removes the marker icon normally shown before the link text. class=”no-icon”
* = required

Self-closing tags

When not using GeoJSON, you can use ‎<mapframe> and ‎<maplink> as self-closing, standalone tags.

Self-closing:

<mapframe width="350" height="350" zoom="13" longitude="-122.3988" latitude="37.8013" />

Enclosing GeoJSON:

<mapframe width="350" height="350" zoom="13" longitude="-122.3988" latitude="37.8013">
{
  "type": "Feature",
  "geometry": { "type": "Point", "coordinates": [-122.3988, 37.8013] },
}
</mapframe>


GeoJSON

 
Several groups of automatic counters

The ‎<mapframe> and ‎<maplink> tags can either be empty or contain valid GeoJSON, to annotate the map with markers, draw shapes, and apply a mask area.

For more detail on this broad topic, you can read this helpful introduction to GeoJSON as well as the full GeoJSON specification.

  Nota:

Markers

 
Complex map - marker, article link and image

Maps that use GeoJSON may contain one or more markers to point out special locations. These markers are set using marker-specific keywords under the "properties" level in GeoJSON.

Kartographer supports the simplestyle specification with Maki icons, which are available under the CC0 license. See the full list of supported icons.

<maplink text="Colorado State Capitol with marker icon" longitude="-104.98491" latitude="39.73939" zoom="17">
{
    "type": "Feature", "properties": 
        { 
            "marker-symbol": "town-hall", 
            "marker-color": "46ea5f", 
            "marker-size": "medium"
        }, 
    "geometry": 
        { 
            "type": "Point",
            "coordinates": [-104.98485267162323, 39.73928364167763] 
        }
}
</maplink>

Risultato: Colorado State Capitol with marker icon

Auto-counters

Multiple markers on a map can be grouped and named using patterns and counters. Below is a summary of styling attributes for items placed on a map using GeoJSON. For more information, see the simplestyle spec.

Attribute Value Description Example
marker-symbol icon name, "‑number", "‑letter"

Determines whether the incremental marker labels proceed by number (1, 2, 3...) or letter (A, B, C...). Automatic “-number” series go from 1-99, and letters from A-Z. If a group name is included like “-number-eat”, then multiple series are generated.
An icon name must be from this list.

"marker-symbol": "museum"
marker-color hexadecimal color A three- or six-character hexadecimal color value for each marker. "marker-color": "#228b22"
marker-size small, medium, large See examples of each size. "marker-size": "medium"
title wikitext When a marker is clicked, it will display wikitext specified in the "title" value. "title": "[[:en:Downtown_Aquarium,_Denver|Downtown Aquarium Denver]]"

 

description wikitext When a marker is clicked, it will display wikitext or an image specified in wikitext in the "description" value. "description": "[[File:Denver-DTA.jpg|150x150px]]"

 

For a rich variety of examples, see the Examples section.

Shapes, lines and points

GeoJSON allows you to add lines, geometric areas and points as annotations to your map. You can define them inline or import them from external databases.

Inline

GeoJSON allows you to draw points (markers), simple lines and geometric areas as part of your map definition. The following examples include the "geometry" attribute of GeoJSON objects inside a Feature object. Consult the full GeoJSON specification for more information.

Object Coordinates (long/lat) Map feature GeoJSON example Effect
Point single position Marker
"geometry": {
"type": "Point",
"coordinates":
 [-122.629395, 45.505662]
}
 
LineString two or more positions Line connecting two points
"geometry": {
"type": "LineString",
"coordinates":
[
 [-122.321777, 47.598526],
 [-122.629395, 45.505662]
]}
 
Polygon four or more positions, first and last identical Polygon with shaded interior
"geometry": {
"type": "Polygon",
"coordinates": [
[
  [-122.365723, 48.209576],
  [-123.947754, 46.949528],
  [-122.695313, 44.776709],
  [-120.629883, 46.573148],
  [-122.365723, 48.209576]
]]}
 
Object Coordinates (long/lat) Map feature
MultiPoint multiple positions multiple points (markers)
MultiLineString multiple sets of LineString positions multiple lines
MultiPolygon multiple sets of Polygon positions multiple polygons

External data

 
A geoshape of Alaska

GeoJSON allows you to import geographical objects from external sources using the "type" attribute with the value "ExternalData".

Maps can draw from well-known geographical objects by using their Wikidata ID (also via Wikidata SPARQL queries). The source for external polygons and lines is OpenStreetMap database, and marker coordinates are retrieved directly from Wikidata.

Additionally, maps can link directly to raw GeoJSON stored on Wikimedia Commons (.map files): see Help:Map Data for details.

Objects can be rendered using data from an external source in these different ways:

  • "service": "geopoint" - Draws a marker.
  • "service": "geoline" - Draws a simple line.
  • "service": "geoshape" - Draws a polygon with a shaded interior.
  • "service": "geomask" - Draws a polygon and shades everything outside the polygon.
  • "service": "page" - path to a .map file on Wikimedia Commons that contains valid GeoJSON.

  Nota:

Via Wikidata ID

Attribute Value
type ExternalData
service geopoint, geoline, geoshape, or geomask
ids One or more Wikidata IDs, separated by commas

Polygons and lines in OpenStreetMap (OSM) database are linked using Wikidata IDs. Wikidata IDs are relatively new to the OSM community. As of early 2022 there are roughly 1.9 million elements with Wikidata IDs. You can add your own at https://www.openstreetmap.org/ – be sure to add the wikidata tag and the corresponding QID value. Polygon or line typically becomes available to Kartographer within two days. For detailed instructions, see Help:Extension:Kartographer/OSM .

Marker is drawn if linked Wikidata item has P625 coordinate statement.

 
Combined map of Salzburg and Elixhausen
 
Geopoints using QIDs Q667450 and Q15958518
<mapframe height="300" width="300" text="Combined map of Salzburg and Elixhausen">
{
  "type": "ExternalData",
  "service": "geoshape",
  "ids": "Q34713,Q701153"
}
</mapframe>
<mapframe text="Geopoints using QIDs [[wikidata:Q667450|Q667450]] and [[wikidata:Q15958518|Q15958518]]" latitude="43.74" longitude="7.43" zoom="13" width="400" height="400">
{
  "type": "ExternalData",
  "service": "geopoint",
  "ids": "Q667450, Q15958518"
}
</mapframe>


Via Wikidata query

 
Governors of US states with their party affiliation. (query builder)
 
Public art in Hoogvliet, Rotterdam. (query builder)

Instead of a Wikidata Item ID, a map can also derive data from a Wikidata query in SPARQL. (You can create SPARQL queries using the Query Builder.)

Attribute Value
type ExternalData
service geopoint, geoline, geoshape, or geomask
query a Wikidata SPARQL query
Variable names to use in Wikidata Query Service
Variable Allowed on Comment
?id geopoint, geoline, geoshape, or geomask Required
?title geopoint, geoline, geoshape, or geomask Gives a heading on a popup. Accepts wikitext.
?description geopoint, geoline, geoshape, or geomask Further text on a popup. Accepts wikitext.
?geo geopoint Should be coordinates.
Marker variables behaves like described in auto-counters.
?marker_symbol geopoint
?marker_size geopoint
?marker_color geopoint
Fill and stroke variables behaves like described in styling shapes.
?fill geoshape, or geomask
?fill_opacity geoshape, or geomask
?stroke geoline, geoshape, or geomask
?stroke_opacity geoline, geoshape, or geomask
?stroke_width geoline, geoshape, or geomask
If you want to the popups to contain images or links to the respective articles, you can retrieve these information and add them to title or description fields. See following examples for details.
<mapframe longitude="-110" latitude="52" zoom="3" width="400" height="300" text="Governors of US states with their party affiliation">
{
  "type": "ExternalData",
  "service": "geoshape",
  "query": "SELECT ?id ?head (SAMPLE(?img) as ?img_) (min(?partyId) as ?party) (if(?party = '0', '#800000', if(?party = '1', '#000080', '#008000')) as ?fill) (concat('[[w:', substr(str(?link),31,400),  '{{!}}', ?headLabel, ']]') as ?title) (concat(?stateLabel, '\\n', '[[File:', substr(str(?img_), 52, 400), '{{!}}200px]]') as ?description) WHERE { ?id wdt:P31 wd:Q35657 . ?id wdt:P6 ?head . ?head wdt:P102 ?party . BIND(if(?party = wd:Q29468, '0', if(?party = wd:Q29552, '1', '2')) as ?partyId) SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language 'en' . ?head rdfs:label ?headLabel . ?id rdfs:label ?stateLabel . } OPTIONAL { ?head wdt:P18 ?img . } ?link schema:about ?head . ?link schema:isPartOf <https://en.wikipedia.org/> .} GROUP BY ?id ?head ?headLabel ?link ?stateLabel"
}
</mapframe>
<mapframe text="Public art in Hoogvliet, Rotterdam" latitude="51.86" longitude="4.36" zoom="13" width="400" height="400">
{
  "type": "ExternalData",
  "service": "geopoint",
  "query": "SELECT DISTINCT ?id ?geo (?idLabel as ?title) (if(BOUND(?image), concat(?typeLabel, '\\n', '[[File:', substr(str(?image), 52, 400), '{{!}}200px]]'), ?typeLabel) as ?description) (if(?type = wd:Q860861, '#800000', if(?type = wd:Q245117, '#000080', '#008000')) as ?marker_color) WHERE { ?id wdt:P136 wd:Q557141; wdt:P625 ?geo; wdt:P276* wd:Q2103147; wdt:P31 ?type. OPTIONAL {?id wdt:P18 ?image}. SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language 'en, nl'. ?id rdfs:label ?idLabel. ?type rdfs:label ?typeLabel} .}"
}
</mapframe>



Dati cartografici tramite Commons

Map data in GeoJSON that is stored on Commons can be drawn on the map.

Attribute Value
type ExternalData
service page
title path to a .map file on Wikimedia Commons that contains valid GeoJSON.

For example: Neighbourhoods/New_York_City.map will draw from this map.

Ulteriori informazioni: Help:Map Data
<mapframe width="300" height="400">
{
  "type": "ExternalData",
  "service": "page",
  "title": "Neighbourhoods/New York City.map"
}
  Caution: The map loader does not currently support chained ExternalData calls. If a resource of type ExternalData is fetched that itself relies on ExternalData references, loading will fail. See task T155927 and task T193458.
  Caution: Filenames of .map files are limited to 400 characters in length and a file size of 2MiB. Keep this in mind when creating files for this purpose in Wikimedia Commons.


Mask layer

 
Map of Salzburg with mask

A mask is just an inside-out shape, specified in the same way but with the exterior of the shape shaded.

<mapframe align="right" height="420" width="420" latitude="47.7992" longitude="13.0482" zoom="11"  text="Map of Salzburg with mask">
{
  "type": "ExternalData",
  "service": "geomask",
  "ids": "Q34713",
  "properties": {
    "fill": "#555555",
    "fill-opacity": 0.5,
    "stroke": "#000000",
    "stroke-width": 1,
    "stroke-opacity": 1
  }
}
</mapframe>

Combining multiple data types

You can combine ExternalData, Feature, and FeatureCollection objects together in the same ‎<mapframe> or ‎<maplink> element, for example to highlight features with titles and descriptions on top of externally sourced objects.

Map data from Commons can be combined with other types of data by grouping them in parallel blocks of GeoJSON. See #Mixed types for various combinations.



Styling shapes

 
Interstate Highway I-696

In addition to the marker styling above, lines and areas support these simplestyle properties:

Attribute Value Description
stroke hexadecimal color The color of the line or outline.
stroke-width pixels The thickness of the shape's line.
stroke-opacity 0.0-1.0 Defines the transparency of the shape's line. A setting of 1 draws a solid line; 0 is invisible; larger values (approaching 1) show less of the background through the line.
fill hexadecimal color The color used to fill in the shape.
fill-opacity 0.0-1.0 Defines the transparency of the fill area. A setting of 1 paints an opaque area within the shape; 0 is invisible; larger values (approaching 1) show less of the background through the fill area.


Overlapping elements

Map elements that overlap are drawn in the order they appear in the code. If a map includes two lines that overlap, the line defined first will appear beneath the line defined next. This applies to any elements defined in the code that draw on the map.

Examples

<mapframe width="500" height="270" longitude="79.030" latitude="-24.794" zoom="8" align="center">
{
"type": "FeatureCollection",
"features": [
{
"type": "Feature",
"properties": {"fill": "#ff0000","fill-opacity": 0.7,"stroke-width": 0},
"geometry": {
 "type": "Polygon",
 "coordinates": [
 [
   [77.926025390625, -25.150257104114733],
   [80.14251708984374, -25.150257104114733],
   [80.14251708984374, -24.43714786161562],
   [77.926025390625, -24.43714786161562],
   [77.926025390625, -25.150257104114733]
 ]
 ]
 }
 },
{
"type": "Feature",
"properties": {"stroke": "#fffa00","stroke-width": 5},
"geometry": {
 "type": "LineString",
 "coordinates": [
   [77.926025390625, -25.150257104114733],
   [80.14251708984374, -24.43714786161562]
 ]
 }
 },
{
"type": "Feature",
"properties": {"stroke": "#000000","stroke-width": 5},
"geometry": {
 "type": "LineString",
 "coordinates": [
   [77.926025390625, -24.43714786161562],
   [80.14251708984374, -25.150257104114733]
 ]
 }
 }
 ]
}
</mapframe>

The code for the map above includes three elements, all of which use GeoJSON's "feature" functionality. The first feature is a "Polygon" - the red rectangle. This is followed by two "LineString" features. The yellow line is defined first, so it appears beneath the black line. Note that the hierarchy used to draw elements applies regardless of whether the data is raw GeoJSON or comes from a Wikidata ID or Commons data page.

The map below changes the order from that of the first example: the black line is defined first and is thus moved to the bottom of the stack:

GeoJSON resources

Reference

Guides

Editors and tools

Gruppi

error

The Wikivoyage project needs to display maps whose data is defined elsewhere on the page. There may be multiple points of interest (POI) defined with ‎<maplink> tags, all of which appear on a single common map on the side of the page. (See an example using the city of Salzburg.)

Grouping allows editors to share data between multiple ‎<mapframe> and ‎<maplink> tags.

Normally, the data inside a ‎<mapframe> or ‎<maplink> tag is shown only on the map created by that tag and nowhere else.

But on Wikivoyage, if a ‎<maplink> tag includes the group="..." attribute, the data inside those tags will be placed into a named group alongside all the other data with the same group name. Tags with the same group name will display on a single map data; each tag incrementally adds data to the group.

Each ‎<mapframe> tag on a Wikivoyage tag displays an embedded map displaying the groups specified in its tag.

A map may also show additional groups by specifying the show="..." attribute. Multiple group names may be specified, separated by comma. A group name may only contain lower case Latin letters. This grid illustrates the data that will be shown for each tag.

Example:

<maplink>                               -- shows 1
<maplink group='food'>                  -- shows   2   4       8   10
<maplink group='bar'  show='bar'>       -- shows     3           9
<maplink group='food' show='bar'>       -- shows   2 3 4       8 9 10
<maplink              show='bar'>       -- shows     3   5       9
<maplink              show='food,bar'>  -- shows   2 3 4   6   8 9 10
<mapframe>                              -- shows             7
<mapframe group='food'>                 -- shows   2   4       8   10
<mapframe group='bar'  show='bar'>      -- shows     3           9
<mapframe group='food' show='bar'>      -- shows   2 3 4       8 9 10
<mapframe              show='bar'>      -- shows     3           9    11
<mapframe              show='food,bar'> -- shows   2 3 4       8 9 10    12
Wikivoyage pages also sometimes wrap the ‎<mapframe> and ‎<maplink> tags in templates. Consult Mapshape, Listing and See for a good starting place.

Languages and fallbacks

Kartographer maps get their labels from the open-source mapping project OpenStreetMap (https://www.openstreetmap.org/). Le etichette della mappa cercheranno di usare la lingua del wiki in cui è mostrata la mappa. Se tale lingua non è disponibile, la mappa mostrerà un lingua di ripiego come descritto. If that language is not available, then the map will use the given wiki's configured fallback language, then the local language in the map region specified in the Kartographer map. If none of these are available, Kartographer will display no label.

You can specify the language to use for labels with the lang attribute and by setting its value to the desired language code Example: lang="ja" will display labels in Japanese, if available.

To use the language local to the map area, specify lang=local. For more information about using the local language in your labels, and about OpenStreetMap multilingual data in general, read this post. Kartographer maps get their data, including map label data in all available languages, from the open-source mapping project OpenStreetMap. If the map you want to display doesn't offer labels in the desired language, you can always add labels in that language by adding them yourself to OpenStreetMap. Note that country and city names are drawn from label nodes in OpenStreetMap, not from the data attached to boundary relations. To get started, see the OpenStreetMap Beginners’ Guide and these best practices in naming conventions.

Examples

Simple

 
San Francisco museums
<mapframe text="San Francisco museums" width="350" height="350" zoom="13" longitude="-122.3988" latitude="37.8013">
{
  "type": "Feature",
  "geometry": { "type": "Point", "coordinates": [-122.3988, 37.8013] },
  "properties": {
    "title": "[[w:Exploratorium|Exploratorium]]",
    "description": "[[File:Giant_Mirror_at_the_Exploratorium.jpeg|200px]]",
    "marker-symbol": "museum",
    "marker-size": "large",
    "marker-color": "0050d0"
  }
}
</mapframe>


Markers and counters

Colorado State Capitol with a town hall marker, article link and image

<maplink text="Colorado State Capitol with a town hall marker, article link and image" longitude="-104.98491" latitude="39.73939" zoom="17">
{
      "type": "Feature",
      "properties": { "marker-symbol": "town-hall", "marker-color": "46ea5f", "marker-size": "medium", "title": "[[w:Colorado_State_Capitol|Colorado State Capitol]]", "description": "[[File:Coloradocapitolhill2.JPG|150px]]"},
      "geometry": { "type": "Point", "coordinates": [-104.98485267162323, 39.73928364167763] }
}
</maplink>


Numbered markers

Colorado State Capitol with a number marker

<maplink text="Colorado State Capitol with a number marker" longitude="-104.98491" latitude="39.73939" zoom="17">{ "type": "Feature", "properties": {  "marker-color": "228b22", "marker-symbol": "-number"}, "geometry": { "type": "Point", "coordinates": [-104.98485267162323, 39.73928364167763] }}</maplink>


Lettered markers

Colorado State Capitol with a letter marker

<maplink text="Colorado State Capitol with a letter marker" longitude="-104.98491" latitude="39.73939" zoom="17">{ "type": "Feature", "properties": {  "marker-color": "508e33", "marker-symbol": "-letter"}, "geometry": { "type": "Point", "coordinates": [-104.98485267162323, 39.73928364167763] }}</maplink>


Several markers in a feature collection

Denver Amusements

<maplink text="Denver Amusements" longitude="-105.01247406005858" latitude="39.74956567318853" zoom="14"> {"type": "FeatureCollection", "features":  [{ "type": "Feature", "geometry": { "type": "Point", "coordinates": [-105.00768899917603, 39.74859230437501] }, "properties": { "title": "[[w:Pepsi_Center|Pepsi Center]]", "marker-color": "420617", "marker-symbol": "-letter-see", "marker-size":"small"} }, { "type": "Feature", "geometry": { "type": "Point", "coordinates": [-105.01238822937012, 39.7526011757416] }, "properties": { "title": "[[w:Downtown_Aquarium%2C_Denver|Downtown Aquarium Denver]]", "marker-color": "508e33", "marker-symbol": "-letter-see","marker-size":"medium", "description": "[[File:Denver-DTA.jpg|150px]]" } }, { "type": "Feature", "geometry": { "type": "Point", "coordinates": [-105.01247406005858, 39.74956567318853] }, "properties": { "title": "[[w:Confluence_Park|Confluence Park]]", "marker-color": "0d2751", "marker-symbol": "-letter-see", "marker-size":"large" } }, { "type": "Feature", "geometry": { "type": "Point", "coordinates": [-105.01646518707275, 39.74656303364532] }, "properties": { "title": "South Platte Bike Trail", "marker-color": "61b9e2", "marker-symbol": "-number-see", "marker-size":"medium" } },]}</maplink>


Groups of automatic counters

 
Several groups of automatic counters
<mapframe text="Several groups of automatic counters" width="350" height="350" zoom="13" longitude="-122.39902496337889" latitude="37.80151060070086">
{
  "type": "FeatureCollection",
  "features": [
    {
      "type": "Feature",
      "properties": {
        "marker-symbol": "-number",
        "marker-color": "302060"
      },
      "geometry": {
        "type": "Point",
        "coordinates": [
          -122.41816520690917,
          37.79097260220947
        ]
      }
    },
    {
      "type": "Feature",
      "properties": {
        "marker-symbol": "-number",
        "marker-color": "302060"
      },
      "geometry": {
        "type": "Point",
        "coordinates": [
          -122.40786552429199,
          37.799654055191525
        ]
      }
    },
    {
      "type": "Feature",
      "properties": {
        "marker-symbol": "-number",
        "marker-color": "302060"
      },
      "geometry": {
        "type": "Point",
        "coordinates": [
          -122.40185737609865,
          37.796262984039544
        ]
      }
    },
    {
      "type": "Feature",
      "properties": {
        "marker-symbol": "-number",
        "marker-color": "302060"
      },
      "geometry": {
        "type": "Point",
        "coordinates": [
          -122.38743782043457,
          37.80535070427755
        ]
      }
    },
    {
      "type": "Feature",
      "properties": {
        "marker-symbol": "-number",
        "marker-color": "302060"
      },
      "geometry": {
        "type": "Point",
        "coordinates": [
          -122.38005638122557,
          37.795449103799726
        ]
      }
    },
    {
      "type": "Feature",
      "properties": {
        "marker-symbol": "-letter",
        "marker-color": "208020"
      },
      "geometry": {
        "type": "Point",
        "coordinates": [
          -122.40941047668457,
          37.81850557172186
        ]
      }
    },
    {
      "type": "Feature",
      "properties": {
        "marker-symbol": "-letter",
        "marker-color": "208020"
      },
      "geometry": {
        "type": "Point",
        "coordinates": [
          -122.40357398986815,
          37.81280993744834
        ]
      }
    },
    {
      "type": "Feature",
      "properties": {
        "marker-symbol": "-letter",
        "marker-color": "208020"
      },
      "geometry": {
        "type": "Point",
        "coordinates": [
          -122.39842414855956,
          37.8071138637568
        ]
      }
    },
    {
      "type": "Feature",
      "properties": {
        "marker-symbol": "-number-bar",
        "marker-color": "f01080"
      },
      "geometry": {
        "type": "Point",
        "coordinates": [
          -122.41181373596191,
          37.78595317184089
        ]
      }
    },
    {
      "type": "Feature",
      "properties": {
        "marker-symbol": "-number-bar",
        "marker-color": "f01080"
      },
      "geometry": {
        "type": "Point",
        "coordinates": [
          -122.39542007446289,
          37.787674400057654
        ]
      }
    },
    {
      "type": "Feature",
      "properties": {
        "marker-symbol": "-number-bar",
        "marker-color": "f01080"
      },
      "geometry": {
        "type": "Point",
        "coordinates": [
          -122.38649368286131,
          37.78401144262929
        ]
      }
    }
  ]
}
</mapframe>


ExternalData

Wikidata QID

State of Colorado, outlined

<maplink text="State of Colorado, outlined" zoom="7" > { "type": "ExternalData", "service": "geoshape", "ids": "Q1261" } </maplink>


Wikidata query

 
Governors of US states with their party affiliation
<mapframe longitude="-110" latitude="52" zoom="3" width="500" height="500" text="Governors of US states with their party affiliation">
{
  "type": "ExternalData",
  "service": "geoshape",
  "query": "SELECT ?id ?head (SAMPLE(?img) as ?img_) (min(?partyId) as ?party) (if(?party = '0', '#800000', if(?party = '1', '#000080', '#008000')) as ?fill) (concat('[[w:', substr(str(?link),31,500),  '{{!}}', ?headLabel, ']]') as ?title) (concat(?stateLabel, '\\n', '[[File:', substr(str(?img_), 52, 500), '{{!}}200px]]') as ?description) WHERE { ?id wdt:P31 wd:Q35657 . ?id wdt:P6 ?head . ?head wdt:P102 ?party . BIND(if(?party = wd:Q29468, '0', if(?party = wd:Q29552, '1', '2')) as ?partyId) SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language 'en' . ?head rdfs:label ?headLabel . ?id rdfs:label ?stateLabel . } OPTIONAL { ?head wdt:P18 ?img . } ?link schema:about ?head . ?link schema:isPartOf <https://en.wikipedia.org/> .} GROUP BY ?id ?head ?headLabel ?link ?stateLabel"
}
</mapframe>


Map data from Commons

<mapframe width="300" height="400">
{
  "type": "ExternalData",
  "service": "page",
  "title": "Neighbourhoods/New York City.map"
}
</mapframe>


Mixed types

 
Caderousse city wall
<mapframe text="Caderousse city wall" width="300" height="300" zoom="15" longitude="4.75600" latitude="44.10200">
[
  {
    "type": "ExternalData",
    "service": "geoshape",
    "ids": "Q13518258",
    "properties": {
      "stroke": "#ffb100",
      "stroke-width": 6,
    }
  },
  {
    "type": "Feature",
    "geometry": { "type": "Point", "coordinates": [4.75566, 44.104498] },
    "properties": {
      "title": "Porte de Castellan"
    }
  },
  {
    "type": "Feature",
    "geometry": { "type": "Point", "coordinates": [4.75829, 44.10258] },
    "properties": {
      "title": "Porte Léon Roche"
    }
  }
]
</mapframe>


Mixed types with markers

<mapframe width="300" height="300" zoom="12" longitude="-73.965278" latitude="40.782222">
[
  {
    "type": "ExternalData",
    "service": "page",
    "title": "Neighbourhoods/New York City.map"
  },
  {
    "type": "ExternalData",
    "service": "geoshape",
    "ids": "Q160409",
    "properties": {
      "fill": "#07c63e", "title": "Central Park"
    }
  },
  {
    "type": "Feature",
    "properties": {"title": "Roosevelt Island", "marker-color": "f01080"},
    "geometry": {
      "type": "Point",
      "coordinates": [
        -73.94511222839355,
        40.76734665426719
      ]
    }
  }
]
</mapframe>



Rendering options

The following table shows how a ‎<mapframe> map can be formatted for display on a wiki page. The table contains two columns: the first shows an interactive map via the ‎<mapframe> tag, and the second shows the rendering of an example image with the same options.

Opzioni Rendering a ‎<mapframe> Rendering an image
  • Format: frame
  • Alignment: undefined
... text text text text text text ... ... text text text
 
text text text ...
  • Format: frame
  • Alignment: none
Not supported: see task T157502. ... text text text
 
text text text ...
  • Format: frame
  • Alignment: left
... text text text text text text ... ... text text text
 
text text text ...
  • Format: frame
  • Alignment: center
... text text text text text text ... ... text text text
 
text text text ...
  • Format: frame
  • Alignment: right
... text text text text text text ... ... text text text
 
text text text ...
  • Format: frameless
  • Alignment: undefined
... text text text   text text text ...

Inconsistent, see task T157640.
... text text text   text text text ...
  • Format: frameless
  • Alignment: none
Not supported: see task T157502. ... text text text
 
text text text ...
  • Format: frameless
  • Alignment: left
... text text text   text text text ... ... text text text
 
text text text ...
  • Format: frameless
  • Alignment: center
... text text text   text text text ... ... text text text
 
text text text ...
  • Format: frameless
  • Alignment: right
... text text text   text text text ... ... text text text
 
text text text ...

Use the width value full in order to make the map take up the full width of the page.

<mapframe width="full" height="200" zoom="13" longitude="-122.39953994750977" latitude="37.81032643553478"></mapframe>
<mapframe width="full" height="200" zoom="13" longitude="-122.39953994750977" latitude="37.81032643553478" frameless></mapframe>

 

Styling

 
Interstate Highway I-696
<mapframe text="Interstate Highway I-696" width="300" height="300" longitude="-83.2297" latitude="42.4883" zoom="9">
{
  "type": "ExternalData",
  "service": "geoline",
  "ids": "Q2108",
  "properties": {
    "title": "Highway I-696",
    "description": "[[File:I696-1988.JPG|200px]]",
    "stroke": "#ffb100",
    "stroke-width": 8
  }
}
</mapframe>


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