In this article, learn how to add a map legend to the Esri Story Map Tour web application.
I wanted to share how you can configure the underlying web map when working with the StoryMapsJS platform. I didn't find any documentation on how to do this. I only figured this out because I spent some time examining the source code. 17,000 lines into the storymap.js file was my access point into the web … Continue reading How to Access The Web Map in StoryMapsJS
Providing the most accessible websites and browser-based applications should be a goal for every web developer. Most of my work is with web mapping applications. And while I consider myself relatively new to web accessibility, I am taking steps on improving this within my organization. In this article, I wanted to share my solution for … Continue reading How To Improve Image Accessibility for Esri Map Tour StoryMap Application
Ever since Esri released the StoryMaps platform, I was a fan. I remember working with the Lancaster County Planning Commission thinking about how we could deploy one of these for the Northwest River Trail. When I took the opportunity to work as a GIS Specialist with Cumberland County, I built my first StoryMap showcasing the … Continue reading My Attempt To Make The Map Series StoryMap “More Maps” Button More Intuitive
The Esri Story Maps platform is pretty popular among GIS professionals these days. I wanted to share one of the enhancements I made to the Shortlist template. I have a fork of this project on GitHub, where I've provided the custom code for both the 1.4.9 and 2.2.3 versions of the app. At version 2.x, … Continue reading Customizing the Esri Shortlist Story Map App