The entries came from across the globe, and the judges wrestled with a decision. But from a vast collection of entries a few where chosen as the best Story Maps in this year’s 2014 Esri User Conference Storytelling with Maps … Continue reading
Interested in Story Maps? Headed to the Esri User Conference? Then there’s plenty of opportunities for you to learn more, take a closer look at what’s new, and meet Story Map team members. Here’s a compilation of Story Map events … Continue reading
It’s time to refresh your browser – ArcGIS Online has been updated with the following new features and enhancements. This update includes improvements and additions for authoring web maps, creating applications, content and services, and administering organizations. ArcGIS Content ArcGIS … Continue reading
In a previous post we detailed how you can add Flickr sets to story map tours. Since that was posted there have been some changes to Flickr. Sets have now become albums, and while the steps are slightly different you … Continue reading
You’ve worked hard to make a great story map, now take a few minutes to make it easy for people, including the Story Maps team, to find your work. The Story Maps Gallery showcases story map applications from Esri and … Continue reading
The Story Map Shortlist app template has been recently updated using responsive design, providing an optimal viewing experience whether you’re viewing a Shortlist app using a browser, tablet, or phone. Build your Shortlist once, and use it across all devices. … Continue reading
When you add featured content to your organization Home, it displays below your banner in a ribbon gallery and provides button navigation to view the items you’ve shared. Using simple style overrides you can change the look and feel of these buttons for featured content displayed on your organization’s Home, or even remove them if not needed.
In a previous post we covered various ways that you can ensure that the featured content text, which is light blue by default, is readable when using different Home page layouts and banner sizes. But if you don’t want to change your banner, or want the text to match your organization color scheme, you can use some simple style overrides to make changes.