ArcGIS web experience gallery - how did this person do this?

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05-05-2021 12:03 PM
LaurenMiller78
New Contributor III

Hello,

I stumbled across this web experience in the ESRI gallery and wondering how the creator made the window  that appears  once you select "Mehr Infos" (see attached images).  I am creating an app with a similar look adn feel.  Is this an anchored window? Can this be accomplished without access to developer tools? 

No contact info listed for the owner of this experience, so any advice would be greatly appreciated.

https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/2f4ec127f2444df9af494fddadcb3d88

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DavidMartinez
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It is a button widget, which opens another view in the section widget. The list widget is the first view in the section. This is all done online without any developer tools.

 

Cheers,


David 

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JonathanMcDougall
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I agree.
Create a section widget and within that item insert a list connected to the data as View 1. When an item from the list is selected, or the button is clicked, the link is made to a second view, View 2, which holds a connected text and image card with the details you wish to include in "more info", then simply set a "back" button linking to View 1.

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DavidMartinez
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It is a button widget, which opens another view in the section widget. The list widget is the first view in the section. This is all done online without any developer tools.

 

Cheers,


David 

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JonathanMcDougall
Occasional Contributor II

I agree.
Create a section widget and within that item insert a list connected to the data as View 1. When an item from the list is selected, or the button is clicked, the link is made to a second view, View 2, which holds a connected text and image card with the details you wish to include in "more info", then simply set a "back" button linking to View 1.

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LaurenMiller78
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Thank you both! Greatly appreciated. 

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JohnPaulAlbana
New Contributor II

@JonathanMcDougall @DavidMartinez 

Hi, question if you guys don't mind, how did this person have separate list templates for mobile and desktop? I noticed when you go to the mobile version of the application the list scrolls horizontally and vertically on the desktop. When I try to do the same style, Experience Builder forces my list template to be the same for both mobile and desktop.

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JonathanMcDougall
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@JohnPaulAlbana  

So, when you switch to different base devices ExpB will set a default "Auto" layout setting - I find switching to custom and then, if you have the patience, create a new app by manipulating the visible widgets etc. You can almost create three very unique applications.