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 the 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 a specific contributor for example - but note it's 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 finds 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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