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The different levels of OSM features, you don't have to install them all.
- a map on a webpage, then take a look at the OpenLayers Simple Example for using OSM with the OpenLayers map UI
- to put data on top of OpenStreetMap:
- either create a layer which you have on your own server, e.g. points...
- put data in to openstreetmap, and render your own map with the methods below.
- render my own map, see Deploying your own Slippy Map, but in essence two methods
- to edit my own map, you need The Rails Port installed locally.