I had the great pleasure of attending the Washington GIS Conference – an annual event put on by WA URISA. It was a busy three days being a workshop presenter, a paper presenter, on the conference committee and president of the organization.
We had a really surprising turn out at our paper presentation. I thought we were presenting on a somewhat obscure topic and would have been happy with an audience of 10 people. Turns out about 35 or 40 people showed up and stayed for the whole thing! I know, I can’t believe it either. And people are specifically mentioning this in the feedback survey. I think there is some untapped need here.
Here’s a copy of the presentation in PDF format. Let us know if you have any questions.
*note that some links to live reports will not work as they are on an internal server.
This one had me stumped for awhile. I wanted to insert an image into an HTML pop-up in ArcMap, which is another way to identify data. The pop up can be formatted to embed links, video, images, and colored to look nicer than the plain identify box that ArcMap typically uses. The pop-up box is formatted by modifying stylesheets and the style sheets are in XSL format. -sigh- yet another ‘programming’ language to hack at. Esri provides stylesheet examples, but I couldn’t find a sample of how to embed an image file into the pop-up box. It seems like that would be the most commonly desired thing, but no samples that I could find. So I searched around the internet and finally cobbled together something that works. Here it is. I hope this saves you a bit of hunting.
The important part excerpted here is this:
<xsl:when test="FieldValue[starts-with(., '\\')]">
<img width="350" height="210">
<xsl:attribute name = "src"><xsl:value-of select="FieldValue"/></xsl:attribute>
Click on through to see the whole template XSL file: