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From https://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-online/reference/faq.htm#anchor6 Can I use ArcGIS Online for free? Yes. With a free public account you can create, store, and manage maps, apps, and files, and share them with others. You also get access to content shared by Esri and GIS users around the world. Public accounts are for noncommercial use only. ...


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ArcGIS doesn't support raster, TileMill/MapBox has GeoTIFF support, it involves a bit of work, but nothing too testing. MangoMap is scheduled to release raster support next month. In the mean time the work around is to host your own GeoServer and serve up a raster layer as a WMS and then consume that WMS layer from one of the cloud based offerings.


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You are going to add the basemap gallery code to your existing. You will need to modify portions of your code in the index.html by adding the following HTML: <div id="basemapGallery"></div> in the spot you want the gallery to be located Then in the map.js file you will need to add the widget code by first adding dojo.require("esri.dijit....


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Here is the a detailed walk through provided by Esri on how to make a story map. Within this site you can navigate around to find different templates and application types with instructions on how to create your own.


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If you upload the image directly to a Cascade, it will be static. However, if you georeference the image first and place it into a map with no basemap, that would allow you to pan and zoom. My recommendation (assuming you have ArcMap or some other desktop GIS software): Open ArcMap Georeference the image with just 1 point (it doesn't have to be accurate for ...


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You are using URLs that link to the page that holds the photo. ArcGIS expects a link directly to the photo file instead. For the Google hosted picture, you can get it like this: Open the album page you linked (https://goo.gl/photos/c7qb9ae3CmQDVAPh8) Click the photo to open it. Right-click on the photo and select the option "Copy Image Address" (Chrome) ...


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This is a restriction to the available levels of details in the basemap layer. You can create your own basemap with the levels that go to the scale you need.


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Here is a blog post covering some tips: http://blogs.esri.com/esri/arcgis/2015/04/22/tips-embed-story-maps-websites/ The templates can be checked out in the git page as well if there are any other customization's you would like to make to the story map templates and you can host them in AGOL or on your own server. https://github.com/Esri?utf8=%E2%9C%93&...


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If you do not have access to a server or do not have the skills to figure that out, you can also convert to KML, upload to a site like Dropbox and using the "Add layer from web" tool, copy in the direct link. This is not as efficient as publishing a service (which I recommend) but definitely a way around if you do not have online credits, etc.


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You can only upload vector data to ArcGIS Online. You can host your your own raster tiles on ArcGIS Server if you like and add them. But that is way more complicated than uploading vector files.


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QGIS2WEB is most likely your best option for a 'story map' Example: Full information is available here https://www.qgistutorials.com/en/docs/web_mapping_with_qgis2web.html The QGIS2WEB Plugin is still actively developed https://github.com/tomchadwin/qgis2web


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If you share it publicly it should allow for anyone to see the story map, check to see that you don't have it shared to only yourself, or to a certain organization or group. That could be restricting the access to the story map.


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Yes, multiple people can edit a storymap or WAB. Your AGOL account just has to allow users to edit other users or just share the same username.


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You appear to have exceeded your 50 credits. I don't think it's entirely free but based on your usage and then you must buy a subscription. You should try posting this on the ESRI forums or contacting a rep as they can give you more insight about your account. Here we can only speculate.


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I was finally able to figure out a solution to my issue. In order to limit the UI on an embedded web scene in ArcGIS Online story maps, all you have to do is add "&ui=min" to the end of the URL. This will still give them the ability to navigate through the scene, but it will limit their abilities to use unnecessary tools, to login, and to edit the scene. ...


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Currently there is no way to pick specific UI tools you would want to display in an embedded scene. This is something we are planning for a future update to the web scene viewer.


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Right now Story Map Journal and Series are the only story map apps that support replacing web page with a web scene. There are plans to improve the experience for adding web scenes into story maps in a future update. Also this FAQ page should help you out with the story maps and the question linked to points out 3D suppport. http://storymaps.arcgis.com/en/...


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You could do this in theory. The only things that are requested from ArcGIS Online are the webmap and app json. So you could play around with the code to point to two files with the webmap and app json. Then you would alter the webmap and app json so that it only references offline resources (i.e. local basemaps and feature services). The easiest way to ...


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why not just set 'scope' as the LayerSwipe widget's "type"? var swipeWidget = new LayerSwipe({ type: "scope", // options are 'vertical' (default), 'scope' and 'horizontal' map: map, layers: [swipeLayer] }, "swipeDiv"); swipeWidget.startup(); (live example here)


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I don't know much about ArcGIS Story Map, but I do know that for Dropbox you want to use a slightly different URL to get the image directly. You are using: https://www.dropbox.com/s/t3g3y6halw6odja/Paragliding%20Club%20Thermique.jpg?dl=0 But you should use: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/t3g3y6halw6odja/Paragliding Club Thermique.jpg?dl=0 Probably ...


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The error message says that your image URLs should start with http:// but your two examples, in comments, both start with https://. I use Flickr to host the images I use with Story Maps and they work fine.


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Another option suggested here is to add ?raw=1 in place of ?dl=0: https://www.dropbox.com/s/t3g3y6halw6odja/Paragliding%20Club%20Thermique.jpg?raw=1 This opens the image in a new empty browser tab and not in the Dropbox download window.


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Following the instructions in your question, I can open the story map in print preview without problem, as you can see below: However, if I reload (refresh) the webpage, or even copy and paste the link into the browser, I got the same message that you get: To access the printable version of this Story Maps: open the story and use the print button ...


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How to make a Story Map is well documented at Esri's How to Make a Story Map page. You can create your web maps in ArcGIS Online first and then reference them when you build your story, but some of the apps also let you create and edit your maps from within their interactive builders, so you can do your mapping as part of building your story. ...


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There are a number of ways to limit access to your maps and data when using storymaps. The first is to limit access to your layers. There is some good documentation on this available here. This means that you can make your data public, but limit it's use to your specific organisation, or specific apps. You can also create views of your data if you want to ...


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It has something to do with your image link. If you're getting the link from a site that hosts photos be sure that you've set them to "public" or seen by "everyone". My tip is that check if your link usually ends with the format file of the photo (e.g. .jpg, .png, etc.)


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Yes you can. ArcGIS Pro will offer a much more integrated experience in being able to create an entire Web Map (data, cartography, popups, bookmarks, etc.) and easily share and replicate that to ArcGIS Online. However, if you have QGIS, you can still take the results of your work and export it into a format that is supported for publishing from the browser ...


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Yes, you should be able to. Based on Esri Can I customize the caption text formatting for my tour points?, you can achieve this using the standard HTML tags in your captions. This blog provide an example in code form `<div style=”font-size:90%”>China | 220 BC | Qin, Ming Chinese</div> <br> <p>Once called the “long walls,” the ...


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You should be able to do this by accessing the web map that is being displayed by your story map app. Once you have the web map open you could try adding a map note to it using a line template. I did this on the sixth section (not counting the Home Section) of the Story Map Journal entitled William & James Slight - Map Engravers & Test Cricketer


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