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It's is possible to customize a template for web application in ArcGIS Online?

What I mean, none of the templates 100% suits our needs so I'm wondering if I could download the code of basic viewer, let's say, add reuquired functions and upload it back to ArcGIS Onlineand use it for our maps?

Thank You

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I think uploading back to ArcGIS Online not possible but you can integrate it your site.. –  Sunil Feb 11 '13 at 10:46

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According to your question Yes its possible to customize the templates and I have customized one template & go though following links which will be helpful/guide for you..

Useful links for you :

Create Customized Mapping Applications Using Esri's Web Map and Application Templates in ArcGIS Online

Free Video (Getting Started with Map Templates)

Lots of Web Application Templates

Creating web application templates

I hope it will help you..thanks

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Hi, Thx for asnwers. Exactly this I want, to upload my modified template to ArcGIS online. I have successfully modified BasicViewer and now I want to use it from template gallery, in ArcGIS online for organisation. –  AndreiGosman Feb 11 '13 at 12:35
@AndreiGosman thanks for your reply and please click on "accept this answer" ..thanks : ) –  Sunil Feb 11 '13 at 12:44
To be clear though, you aren't actually uploading your template to ArcGIS Online. You host the template on your server and create a link to it in AGOL. When someone uses it in AGOL, they are sending a appid / webmapid to your server (and optionally configuration parameters, if you've set them up.) –  awesomo Feb 11 '13 at 18:11
@awesomo that's true : ) –  Sunil Feb 12 '13 at 5:07
Thanks all for answers. This is is exactly scenario I am trying to avoid, not using my server anymore –  AndreiGosman Feb 12 '13 at 7:25

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