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@happymappy, this is happening because of your CSS: div { line-height: 0; } Which is making the content of your popup not display. Change it to something more specific, for example: div#drop-downs { line-height: 0; }


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@Hung, while the "Popup" widget is a singleton, the "Feature" widget can be used to display information normally found in the Popup without having to use the Popup itself. The documentation includes samples for showing the Feature widget in a side panel, and you could for example expand that to have multiple side panels, or display it ...


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Yes, if you already have the tiles as pre-created images, then IIS can host them, and the ArcGIS API for JavaScript (like OpenLayers and MapBox) can access those images. The WebTileLayer is the layer type you are looking for. See e.g. https://developers.arcgis.com/javascript/latest/api-reference/esri-layers-WebTileLayer.html#urlTemplate and a live sample at ...


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When setting params.where, the field name before the attribute value was missing. Thus, the updated code that builds a working query is: params.where = "MajBas =" + "'" + basinTypeSelect.value + "'";


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For 3d View model of a point click highlight with circle symbol, you can use below code. view.on("click", function(event){ view.hitTest(event.screenPoint).then(function(response) { var firstLayer = response.results[0]; if(firstLayer){ var geometry = firstLayer.graphic.geometry; if(geometry.type =="point&...


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I think you are talking about the basemap. The example uses ESRI World Imagery service, and it is set on map creation, const map = new Map({ basemap: "satellite", // <- here layers: [layer] }); ArcGIS API - Map basemap


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