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Mapbiquity framework takes a speculate what you're looking on-be it a postcode, put, phone number, network reference or road. Incomplete postcode looking is bolstered on the initial segment of the post code, eg SW18, however the area you get is a harsh estimation. On the off chance that our framework is experiencing issues finding what you're searching for then we propose the accompanying: Take a stab at seeking with just the initial three letters of the place and we'll search for the rest. Try not to endeavor to curtail road...

Mapbiquity - Here's an awesome one. Spotted by The Aardvark on Twatter, guardian of Burntwood Live and all round best chap. It's another site for old maps – it has loads of extraordinary material, including Ordnance Survey prevalent and between war releases, and the determination and working range are awesome as well, regularly somewhat of an impediment on such administrations. The best part is that it's totally for nothing out of pocket to utilize. For those of you who cherish recorded maps, there is another database called Old Maps Online,...

With the help of @elliothartley and Amit Agarwal's Add Javascript Code in Blogger Posts post, we worked out a way to add a Mapbiquity web map to a Blogger post. You basically have to force Blogger to accept a <script> tag. See Amit's post for the details. Presumably for security reasons, Blogger will not initially accept these tags. You will also need to add a bit of styling to place the map above blogger's "click-blocker" and remove the styling blogger adds to images. We'll eventually add this to the Mapbiquity code...