Hi fellow wiki editors!

To help newly registered users get more familiar with the wiki (and maybe older users too) there is now a {{Welcome to the wiki}} template. Have a look at it and feel free to add it to new users discussion pages (and perhaps your own).

I have tried to keep the template short, but meaningful. /Johan G

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|Flightgear Mapserver|FGFS  = [http://mapserver.flightgear.org/popmap/?lat={{{3|0}}}&lon={{{4|0}}}&zoom=16&layers=B00FFTTTTT]
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|GoogleMaps|GM  = {{#switch: {{{2|}}}
 
|GoogleMaps|GM  = {{#switch: {{{2|}}}
 
   |Mars = [http://www.google.com/mars/#lat={{{3|0}}}&lon={{{4|0}}}&zoom=8 {{{6}}}]
 
   |Mars = [http://www.google.com/mars/#lat={{{3|0}}}&lon={{{4|0}}}&zoom=8 {{{6}}}]
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|Proximityrama|PR  = {{#switch: {{{2|}}}| Earth|E = - [{{fullurl:tools:~para/GeoCommons/proximityrama|latlon={{{3|0}}},{{{4|0}}}}} {{{6}}}] }}
 
|Proximityrama|PR  = {{#switch: {{{2|}}}| Earth|E = - [{{fullurl:tools:~para/GeoCommons/proximityrama|latlon={{{3|0}}},{{{4|0}}}}} {{{6}}}] }}
 
<nowiki><!--|OpenStreetMap|OSM  = {{#switch: {{{2|}}}| Earth|E = - [{{fullurl:tools:~kolossos/openlayers/commons-on-osm.php|zoom=16&lat={{{3|0}}}&lon={{{4|0}}}}} {{{6}}}] }} ==></nowiki>
 
<nowiki><!--|OpenStreetMap|OSM  = {{#switch: {{{2|}}}| Earth|E = - [{{fullurl:tools:~kolossos/openlayers/commons-on-osm.php|zoom=16&lat={{{3|0}}}&lon={{{4|0}}}}} {{{6}}}] }} ==></nowiki>
|OpenStreetMap|OSM  = [ http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=10/{{{3|0}}}/{{4|0}}} {{6}}]
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|OpenStreetMap|OSM  = [http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=10/{{{3|0}}}/{{{4|0}}} {{{6}}}]
 
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Template for formating external links to mapping websites. Used by {{tl|location/layout}}. <br>
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{{Informative template|1=
Input Parameters:
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__NOTOC__
# <nowiki>{{{1}}}</nowiki> - name of external website: GoogleMap (aka GM), GoogleEarth (aka GE), Proximityrama (aka PR), OpenStreetMap (aka OSM)etc.
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== Goal ==
# <nowiki>{{{2}}}</nowiki> - name of the globe: earth, mars, moon
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This template is used for formatting external links to mapping websites. Used by {{tl|location/layout}}.
# <nowiki>{{{3}}}</nowiki> - latitude
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# <nowiki>{{{4}}}</nowiki> - longitude
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== Usage ==
# <nowiki>{{{5}}}</nowiki> - language code: en, pl, de, etc.
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<nowiki>{{</nowiki>'''Location/ExternalLink'''<nowiki>|</nowiki>website<nowiki>|</nowiki>celestial body<nowiki>|</nowiki>latitude<nowiki>|</nowiki>longitude<nowiki>|</nowiki>language code<nowiki>|</nowiki>link text<nowiki>}}</nowiki>
# <nowiki>{{{6}}}</nowiki> - Link text
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; website:  Either of:
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:* '''Flightgear Mapserver FGFS'''
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:* '''GoogleEarth''' or '''GE'''
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:* '''GoogleMap''' or '''GM'''
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:* '''Proximityrama''' or '''PR'''
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:* '''OpenStreetMap''' or '''SM'''
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; celestial body:  Either of '''earth''', '''mars''' or '''moon'''.
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; latitude:  The latitude of the point in decimal degrees.
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; longitude:  The longitude of the point in decimal degrees.
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; language code:  Two letter [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ISO_639-1_codes ISO 639-1 language code], for example '''en''' or '''fr'''.
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; link text:  The text that will be shown as the link.
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[[Category:Formatting templates]]
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Latest revision as of 07:34, 16 June 2014

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Goal

This template is used for formatting external links to mapping websites. Used by {{location/layout}}.

Usage

{{Location/ExternalLink|website|celestial body|latitude|longitude|language code|link text}}
website
Either of:
  • Flightgear Mapserver FGFS
  • GoogleEarth or GE
  • GoogleMap or GM
  • Proximityrama or PR
  • OpenStreetMap or SM
celestial body
Either of earth, mars or moon.
latitude
The latitude of the point in decimal degrees.
longitude
The longitude of the point in decimal degrees.
language code
Two letter ISO 639-1 language code, for example en or fr.
link text
The text that will be shown as the link.