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If you click on them you can zoom-in in the selected features. I can also search the features.

How can I recreate these objects (form, iframe, div...) in QGIS?

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    What is the source of this screenshot ? – Léo M Oct 8 '19 at 10:46
  • I'ts a screenshot of a document. Someone gave it to me to realise it :S But, I'm not able to find it out, how they have done it. – EsHo Oct 8 '19 at 11:28
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In 3.8 is possible to make html form widget. Link to YouTube movie

Basicly you can write fancy html page with animation and so on and add expression or data from layers. Big problem is lack of documentation for it, I learn a little making stop frame from YouTube.

htmlwidget

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  • Thank you for yor answer. it looks interesting and I am going to try it out. – EsHo Oct 9 '19 at 9:14
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With the online material for qgis comes a training manual. It describes how to create forms for vector data. The most extensive way is to use the QtDesigner, the form itself is stored as an XML-File, which QGIS can use. After all, the picture above may show a WMS-Layer with a html formular from a GetFeatureInfo-Request. Then the form is done server side and ideed shows HTML.

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  • Is there any video tutorial? Or any manual with examples? – EsHo Oct 8 '19 at 12:31
  • I don't know about videos, but there are examples with the link. – Andreas Müller Oct 8 '19 at 12:43
  • I'm gonna search for it then. Thank you very much for answering – EsHo Oct 8 '19 at 12:54

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