Link to all spatial datasets on ArcGIS Hub

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07-24-2018 11:21 AM
JessieDoyle
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I am a student and am new to ArcGIS Hub. 

I am creating a open data site for the city I'm an intern at. I'm trying to create a link to a page that contains all the spatial datasets on this site. 

The code I currently have in a text widget is as follows:

 

<h2 class="text-center">Explore These Data by Category </h2>
<h3 class="text-center">Or check out the entire<a hfed="https://gisdata-scsd-seaside.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets?content=spatial%20dataset"> Catalog</h3></a>

 

The idea behind this was people could go to a catalog of all the data on the website if they didn't know what to search. Another city suggested I do this but they haven't figured it out yet either.

 

This current method isn't working so I was wondering if there was another, hopefully easier way to do this! I've also attached a picture of what it currently looks like with that code & the site I'm hoping to direct it too.

 

Thank you!

 

Jessie Doyle

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Natural_EnglandOpen_Data_Publi
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Hi Jessie

Try replacing the hyperlink with the following:

https://gisdata-scsd-seaside.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets?sort=-updatedAt

This should display all items in date modified order.

https://gisdata-scsd-seaside.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets?sort=name

This will display all items in alphabetical name order.

I would also use <a=href= unless you have a specific reason for using hfed? Ive not come across that one before, but I'm not a web developer.

If you wish to see our Natural England Open Data site for some inspiration take a look at https://naturalengland-defra.opendata.arcgis.com

We have used a yellow star Category widget at the bottom of our category widgets search section of the page.  See attached screenshot showing the settings. If you select Use Group but dont have a group selected it defaults to all hosted items.Category search all datasets

Please bear with us as we are experiencing a few difficulties with the ArcGIS Hub at the moment, some functions on the site may not behave as expected.

Hope that helps.

Andy Lee

Data Services Team

Natural England

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Natural_EnglandOpen_Data_Publi
New Contributor II

Hi Jessie

Try replacing the hyperlink with the following:

https://gisdata-scsd-seaside.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets?sort=-updatedAt

This should display all items in date modified order.

https://gisdata-scsd-seaside.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets?sort=name

This will display all items in alphabetical name order.

I would also use <a=href= unless you have a specific reason for using hfed? Ive not come across that one before, but I'm not a web developer.

If you wish to see our Natural England Open Data site for some inspiration take a look at https://naturalengland-defra.opendata.arcgis.com

We have used a yellow star Category widget at the bottom of our category widgets search section of the page.  See attached screenshot showing the settings. If you select Use Group but dont have a group selected it defaults to all hosted items.Category search all datasets

Please bear with us as we are experiencing a few difficulties with the ArcGIS Hub at the moment, some functions on the site may not behave as expected.

Hope that helps.

Andy Lee

Data Services Team

Natural England

JessieDoyle
New Contributor

Yes! That did the trick. Thank you!