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Toolbar Widgets

Toolbar Widgets are accessed using the buttons in the toolbar at the top of the WebMAP. The toolbar is shown below.


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Opening a Toolbar Widget

Opening a Toolbar Widget​​

A Toolbar Widget can be opened by clicking its button in the toolbar.  When a Toolbar Widget is opened, it appears in a panel on the right of the WebMAP. For example, click the button shown below to open the Draw widget.


If there is not enough space for the widget to be displayed on the right (for example, when viewing in portrait on a mobile device), it will appear o​n the bottom of the WebMAP.

Opening a Toolbar Widget Using the "More" Button

If there is not enough space for the toolbar to display all of the widget buttons (for example, on a mobile device), the remaining widgets can be accessed using the "More" button, shown below.


To open a Toolbar Widget, click the "More" button to open a panel showing the remaining widgets. 

 

Then, click the button for the widget you would like to open.

Closing a Toolbar Widget

To close the widget, click the Close button in the top-right corner of the widget.


Collapsing and Restoring a Toolbar Widget

Instead of closing a Toolbar Widget, it can also be collapsed so that only its title bar is visible. To collapse a Toolbar Widget, click its Collapse button.


To restore a collapsed Toolbar Widget, click its Restore button.


Legend Widget

​The Legend widget shows the labels and symbols for available layers on the map. To open the Legend widget, click its button in the toolbar. 


An example of the Legend widget is shown below for the Adopt a Storm Drain web map.


Each Storm Drain is colour-coded according to its Adoption Status (Available, Pending or Adopted). Note that the symbology will appear only when the map is zoomed in to a scale level where the Storm Drains are visible.​​

Layer List Widget

The Layer List widget will display the available map layers.  The widget allows the user to show/hide each layer by clicking on the checkbox.  By clicking the right point arrow next to the checkbox, you can expand each layer to view it's corresponding symbol.

 

Click the icon below to perform actions on every layer.  You'll be able to turn all layers on/off or expand/collapse all layers.


Basemap Gallery

​​The Basemaps widget is used for changing the basemap displayed in the application. ​ Basemaps provide different contexts when viewing the map. To open the Basemaps widget, click its button in the toolbar.


The Basemaps widget is shown below.


The following basemaps are available:
  • Street Map – shows parcel boundaries, address numbers, streets and street names. This is the default basemap.
  • ​​Aerial Map – shows aerial imagery
  • Hybrid Map – combines the Street Map and Aerial Map
  • Neighbourhood Map (not on all maps) – shows boundaries for all neighbourhoods in the city

To select a basemap, click its thumbnail in the widget. The map will be updated to reflect the new basemap.

Measure Widget

​The Measure widget is used for measuring area and distance, or getting the location of a point on the map. To open the Measure widget, click its button in the toolbar.


The Measure widget is shown below.


Click on an available measurement mode below for more information.

Drawing

​​The Draw widget is used to add text and graphics to the map. To open the Draw widget, click its button in the toolbar. 

The Draw widget is shown below.


Save Widget

​​​​The Print widget is used to export a copy of the current map window to a file. To open the Print widget, click its button in the toolbar. 


The Print widget is shown below.


To print the map, ​zoom and/or pan to the area of the map that you would like to print. Use the Draw widget to add any shapes or text to the map. The visible map can then be printed as follows: 

  1. Open the Print widget.
  2. Modify the Map Title as needed.
  3. Select a Layout for the printed map file. The available layout options are shown below.
    ​​​​Layout​​​Dimensions
    (mm)
    ​​​ ​Dimensions
    ​(inches)
    ​A3 Landscape​​420 x 297​16.5 x 11.7
    ​A3 Portrait​​297 x 420​11.7 x 16.5
    A4 Landscape​​297 x 210​11.7 x 8.3
    A4 Portrait​​210 x 297​8.3 x 11.7
    ​Letter ANSI A Landscape (default)​279 x 216​11 x 8.5
    ​Letter ANSI A Portrait​​216 x 279​8.5 x 11
    ​MAP_ONLY3300 x 2550 pixels
    ​Tabloid ANSI B Landscape​432 x 27917 x 11​
    Tabloid ANSI B Portrait​​279 x 432​11 x 17
  4. Select a Format for the printed map file. The available format options are shown below.
    • ​​EPS
    • GIF
    • JPG
    • PDF (default)
    • PNG32
    • PNG8
    • SVG
    • SVGZ​
  5. ​​Click Print. A progress indicator will be displayed while the map is exported to the file. When the export has completed, a link will appear showing the title and file type icon of the printed map.
  6. Click the link to open the printed map file in a new window.
  7. Save the printed map file as needed.
  8. Repeat steps 1-7 to print additional maps. A new link will be added to the list for each printed map.
  9. Click Clear Prints to remove the list of printed maps.
Help Widget

​The Help widget shows the online help pages for the Adopt a Storm Drain WebMAP. To access the online help, click the Help button in the toolbar.