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An alternative is to use a polygon instead of a line feature in QGIS to give you the visual affect you want (create a buffer around the line feature). An example is here http://www.tflmap.com/


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If you use QGIS, you have at least two options to publish your maps without dealing with a server: install qgis2web-Plugin and generate web-maps with openlayers or leaflet: - you can upload the output to a webspace (if you have one) and your web-map is there. However, export tries to "translate" your QGIS-project as good as possible to openlayers/leaflet, ...


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Nik4 may be a good solution for you. It is based on the Mapnik library and renders OSM data. You can define size of the output image as well as print resolution. Also I used node-mapnik together with Mapnik to render custom maps for PDF reports.


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The W3C Research and Development Working Group discusses detailed guidlines in https://www.w3.org/WAI/RD/wiki/Accessible_Maps


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