How can I edit a template which was downloaded from GitHub?

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09-04-2015 03:33 AM
BarbaraAntoniou
New Contributor II

I have used an ESRI template which was downloaded from GitHub and I want (a) to change the dimensions or position of the frame which includes the title and (d) to add more widgets.

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RickeyFight
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To answer part of your second question change

floatingtheme/widgets/FloatingHeader/css/style.css

Change the % to any you want. Also the max-width calc the theme is set up to -60px from 100% but if you want it to cover the whole page delete the line.

Change line 18& 19

jimu-widget-floatingheader {
  width: 100% !important;
max-width: calc(100% - 60px); 

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RickeyFight
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Barbara,

What template did you download from Github?

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BarbaraAntoniou
New Contributor II

Hello Rickey,

I downloaded this one..

EsriCanada/WAB-FloatingTheme · GitHub

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RickeyFight
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Do you have the developer edition downloaded or did you create your app on AGO?

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BarbaraAntoniou
New Contributor II

I have the developer edition.

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RickeyFight
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Have you moved the downloaded theme into the theme folder in the web app builder files?

Have you set up the developer edition on a server?

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BarbaraAntoniou
New Contributor II

Yes and yes and I have already made my first app. And now I want to make changes... to many things concerning the data and symbology and also to the theme and add some more widgets.

ArcGIS Web Application http://webgis-mfk.geol.uoa.gr/Life_Oiti/

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RickeyFight
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What I do when I want to make changes to an app that I have already downloaded and published is, go back into developer and make changes. I then re-download and publish to my server replacing all files of the working app with the new ones.

If it is a small change I sometimes make the changes to the app in developer then re-download and copy over the changes into specific files in the published app. (this is very dangerous if you don't know what you are doing) 

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BarbaraAntoniou
New Contributor II

I Know all that.. My problem is that I don't know how to make the changes I want to the theme

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RickeyFight
MVP Regular Contributor

Barbara,

Ask a specific question and we will try to help you.

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