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Hello I am trying to make a story map or configurable web app where the pop up information displays in a side panel. I am sure I saw this option - but don't know where. I am designing an app for a possible internship provider for high school students. The 'client' said he wished he could move the pop up so it would not cover up the feature - so I… (Show more)
I have a student that completed a project on invasive species using ArcGIS desktop.  This was a raster analysis project and she has 10 rasters of the state of Kentucky that she would like to put into a story map.   These are huge datasets each.   Is there a way to get those maps into ArcGIS Online for the storymap without having to resort to just… (Show more)
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Today, many options exist for using images in ArcGIS Online, including web mapping applications such as story maps.  Choose a method that works best for your situation and needs. I have summarized some key methods in this document, which are a subset of the many methods that are valid.  I have included the use of images in ArcGIS Online, Flickr,… (Show more)
Story maps ROCK! Ever since their initial appearance, they have driven huge attention. Everyone wants to see a story map about their special topic; some want to make one. Good story maps take time and expertise to construct, just like writing a meaningful letter, generating effective images, and building powerful maps. A good story map is all… (Show more)
I used a recent hike to Hanging Lake Colorado as an excuse to try some new things with the Cascade Story map app – looping video, link to a map-with-points-from-geotagged photos, testing procedures now that Google folded Picasaweb into Google Plus/Google Photos, and some other features.  Not perfect but I learned some things!   Map: … (Show more)
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Announcing the winners of Esri’s first Global Content Challenge ! From August to November we were very pleased to receive nearly ~550 registrations from students in nearly 60 countries, with 70 actual submissions. A distinguished international panel of judges chose the following projects as best exemplifying the spirit of the contest: unleashing… (Show more)