For a project I want to create a little program that does simple things like export a map from the python command line, but also users are able to edit said map (without having to open arcmap) e.g change font text, replace a street name with another street name, change map layout. I know you can do something similiar in arcpy.mapping from the command line - but what if I use gui tools to create a small program that allows users to do so by pressing buttons (e.g one button exports map, I could then upload a few example maps that can be worked on) - I'm looking at using tkinter.
Does this sound overly complex? I can remove the gui tools part if its too hard - is it possible to test out python programs somewhere? - like can I upload it somewhere and test it out and do I need html knowledge?
- on a second note - does anyone know a way to replace a graphic in all maps - for example, if I want to replace the company logo of all my maps with another logo I've made - I've googled and can't seem to find an answer to it.