How to ...
Published: 8 October 2007
Content on Geograph
this page (linked from the homepage), the recommended method is the Superlayer, linked at the top of the page. But you will also find various [KML] links around the site that will give you specific results for what you currently viewing. KML stands for Keyhole Markup Language, and is a generic file format for presenting three dimensional data (such as photos and their location) - Keyhole was the former name of the company that created Google Earth.
See also Ways to view Geograph Images, that details other ways to view images.
- If you enter a Grid Reference or Postcode, will search for Grid Square Discussions centred around the location.
Finding images used in the Discussion area
- You can enter a Image ID/Number, to find posts/threads mentioning that image.
- The old advanced image search also allows you to search images mentioned in threads, either specific thread, or any topic. This is great for finding images used by specific contributor for example - but note its not cross referenced to the posts themselves.
- this page may also be of interest.
this page for details on adding Geograph to the search box in your Browser (or at least the major popular ones).
- Create a search that only find images in the given square, in reverse date submitted order.
- From the search results page, grab the RSS feed link (at the bottom of the page).
- Subscribe to the feed using one of the many RSS2Email services such as feedmyinbox.com.
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