Every map created with MapTiler Cloud must include an appropriate copyright attribution. This article explains why and how you should do that when using our maps.
What is the MapTiler attribution?
The MapTiler attribution is the copyright information to be included on every map using MapTiler map styles and data. It is usually located at the bottom right corner of the map container.
MapTiler text attribution
The MapTiler text attribution must be displayed on every map. It includes copyright mention with appropriate hyperlink for both MapTiler and OpenStreetMap, as follows:
MapTiler logo attribution
The MapTiler logo attribution is a small image which links to MapTiler’s website. It is usually displayed at the bottom right corner of the map.
Where is the attribution needed?
We request the MapTiler text attribution to be visibly displayed on:
every dynamic map used on any kind of website or mobile application (please include both text and hyperlinks)
every static map image or printed map of any form (please include text on the image or next to it, as well as on cloth or on the item label at least)
every static or dynamic map used in video, game, 3d animation or any other media. (please overlay it in a corner of the video, or on the video credentials at least).
The MapTiler logo attribution is requested on every map created with a free MapTiler Cloud account.
The ©MapTiler mention can only be omitted in case an attribution exemption has been granted by our Sales team, please contact us.
How to give attribution?
The text attribution can be simply added inside your map container div :
The logo attribution can be also added as follows:
Using MapLibre GL JS
See more information about MapLibre GL JS attribution here.
See more information about Leaflet attribution here.
The attribution is associated to the map layer’s source by default in OpenLayers.
See more information about OpenLayers attribution here.
The MapTiler attribution is requested on every map using our map styles and data, please respect this simple rule. Feel free to contact us for any attribution question or