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This is driving me mad. See the Leaflet tutorial for adding a layer control to your map:

L.Icon.Default.imagePath = "Scripts/images";

var mapUrl = 'http://{s}.tile.openstreetmap.se/hydda/full/{z}/{x}/{y}.png';
var secondMap = 'http://{s}.tile.osm.org/{z}/{x}/{y}.png';

var littleton = L.marker([39.61, -105.02]).bindPopup('This is Littleton, CO.'),
denver = L.marker([39.74, -104.99]).bindPopup('This is Denver, CO.'),
aurora = L.marker([39.73, -104.8]).bindPopup('This is Aurora, CO.'),
golden = L.marker([39.77, -105.23]).bindPopup('This is Golden, CO.');

var cities = L.layerGroup([littleton, denver, aurora, golden]);

var grayscale = L.tileLayer(mapUrl, { id: mapUrl }),
streets = L.tileLayer(secondMap, { id: secondMap });

var map = L.map('map', {
    center: [39.73, -104.99],
    zoom: 10,
    layers: [grayscale, cities]
});

var baseMaps = {
    "Grayscale": grayscale,
    "Streets": streets
};

var overlayMaps = {
    "Cities": cities
};

L.control.layers(baseMaps, overlayMaps).addTo(map);

Now, how do I use the removeLayer function to remove the "GrayScale" map from the control using a map.on('click') event? The code would be:

map.on('click', function(){
    //remove GrayScale
});
  • Do you want the user to be able to remove the Grayscale with a button? Or for it to be removed dynamically as an effect of some other event? Or do you simply want the map to start without the grayscale layer at all? – hexamon Sep 24 '14 at 9:27
  • Let say the easiest solution: dynamically as an effect to an event. For example, map.on('click', function(){}). I will edit my post accordingly. – ohyeah Sep 24 '14 at 9:29
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If you want to remove the grayscale map from the start just delete:

    "Grayscale": grayscale,

From

var baseMaps = {
    "Grayscale": grayscale,
    "Streets": streets
};

If you want to remove the layer on a click you call it as a method on the map object. Like so:

map.removeLayer(grayscale)

To remove it from the control you first have to assign the control to a variable. Change this:

L.control.layers(baseMaps, overlayMaps).addTo(map);

To this:

lcontrol = L.control.layers(baseMaps, overlayMaps).addTo(map);

Then you can call:

lcontrol.removeLayer(grayscale) 

..to remove it from the control.

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