osMap.setCenter(new OpenSpace.MapPoint(407754, 287865), 10); var markers = new OpenLayers.Layer.Markers("Markers"); osMap.addLayer(markers); var pos = new OpenSpace.MapPoint(407754, 287865);and so it seemed that the MapPoint(407754,287865) was the thing that I needed to change. Now I don't have an OS map of Birmingham, so I was a bit stymied at this point. I asked on Twitter, [quotetweet tweetid=11828397542] and very quickly I had a response from @pezholio, who has built this rather nifty conversion utility on his UK Postcodes website. So, I took Moseley Exchange's postcode of B13 8JP and plugged it into the postcode converter and I got (407621, 283112). I changed both of the MapPoint related co-ordinates in the code quoted above. The first one of these is centring the map on the point and the second one is placing the marker there. This means that I now have a map on a page which is now centred on Moseley Exchange. All I need to do now is to embed this into my blog post. Fortunately the forum on the OS site had a thread devoted to doing just this. I downloaded and installed the Raw HTML plug in, disabled visual editing in Wordpress - it is a user setting - and Disabled automatic paragraphs in the Raw HTML plug in settings. And that was about it. I started a new post and copied the amended code into the Wordpress editor and then started building this post around it. And, if you've got this far you might just be interested to know that I'll be talking about the recent OS Consultation and the government's response to it at the Exchange on Monday, 12th April at 6.30 pm. Come along, it'll be fun.