May 3 2017
Andyrom75 - I totally agree with you. We should have markers with at least 3 digits. Some of the article maps currently in Wikivoyage look terrible with so many 99 markers to say the least.
Not only would articles using my odd test approach be difficult to find when all is finally resolved later; it
would be difficult and counter intuitive for an average editor to figure out how to do this since he/she would need a deeper understanding of the templates, maps and the Kartographer extension in action.
Apr 30 2017
A custom solution would be best and more than 99 allowed; however, a possible work around is available, but it is rather specialized and not very intuitive for the average editor. I actually broke up the markers and used the type, group and counter parameters. My temporary test is found at https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/User:Matroc/Animals_of_India which is a rehash of multiple vicinity markers numbering in the hundreds as found in https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/United_States_National_Parks. All the POIs can be found on the geo map and mapframe
There are nuances and tricky situations that arose while I looked at this - anyhow just a thought I would add this to the conversation.
Dec 9 2016
Aug 26 2016
I was wondering if would look better if the border was darker ie. border-style solid:border-width:2px
Just a thought...
Aug 12 2016
note: I use <maplink> and <mapframe> with images set to 280px... Yes there is an issue in that the image goes beyond the div... I usually add the image name in the description field. I recently discovered that if I add text after the image in the description field - everything fits nicely (margins etc.). One caveat is that the text should be more than 10-15 characters. See India map with several cities on enwikivoyage Traveller's Pub which I recently edited. Perhaps this may provide a clue to resolving issue.
Jun 12 2016
Dec 14 2014
@LtPowers -- Thanks for answering question - Spanish and French Wikivoyage use the elephant image... I noted the change to the English Wikivoyage India banner as occurring in October of 2013 as well.
@Jdlrobson -- Wikidata does have one property for banner.
Dec 12 2014
I made a Lua module to retrieve the banner name from Wikidata which I used as an argument for the existing wikivoyage pagebanner template as a test to investigate some things, I found with India (Q668) that:
Dec 10 2014
This is an interesting idea and worth pursuing IMHO... It appears that the banner (P948) is the main point of discussion; however, there are other properties available that may be useful as well... Definitely there will be some banners that editors will not want that may be found in Wikidata, so some options may be necessary as well as any default banners to display... I am not sure but it comes to mind that an issue with disambiguation pages and some page mismatches may occur as well...