[This post first appeared on my companion blog – Thought grazing – but I thought afterwards that it was far more relevant for it to appear here as it is on this blog that I use the plugin most.]
I’ve been using a WordPress Plugin called OS OpenSpace Maps for quite a while that allows the mapping of trails (I use .gpx format to record the trails) onto an OS Map.
This has worked well, but in updating a blog post I came across the information that the Ordnance Survey has produced a new plugin that works with their DataHub Maps service. This is an even better service and if you’re a low-use user, you can upgrade to the Premium level subscription to get 1:25,000 scale maps.
The map can be easily zoomed and can be clicked to take to full screen size. Here’s the map that was the first for my use of the new plugin …
Here are a couple of links to help you along the way of installing and using the plugin.
The Plugin Page on WordPress – https://wordpress.org/plugins/os-datahub-maps/
Using the OS Maps API (which you have to obtain after creating an account – https://osdatahub.os.uk/docs/wmts/overview
A guide to using the plugin – https://skirridsystems.co.uk/wordpress-plugins/os-datahub-maps/