Changing Page Name - ArcGIS Hub Site

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03-10-2021 05:48 PM
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Hi all!

I'm using ArcGIS Hub to create a site, and in that site multiple pages with similar structures. Because of this, I made one page, then planned on cloning the layout five more times and then edit those accordingly. My issue is that I can not figure out how to change the title of the page. I'm able to change the slug, but the page title shows as "Page" and "Page 1" as seen below. I've changed the title of the page via Page Info, but nothing changes in the pages view. When I navigate to the published page, it shows correctly, but while editing, it does not. Any ideas? Thanks!

 

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DerrickWong
Esri Contributor

Hi @jp503 

You can make the intended changes using AGOL Online Assistant

I have provided some steps with screenshots to detail the steps required to do so:

 

To aid with this, I have created a test site with a dummy page and another page with the cloned layout:

DerrickWong_0-1615429828824.png

 

Navigate to AGOL Online Assistant and log into your AGOL account and navigate to the item:

 

DerrickWong_9-1615431470350.png

 

DerrickWong_13-1615431828921.png

 

 

Under the Data section, toggle the JSON editor:

DerrickWong_6-1615430658840.png

 

Locate your page you want to change, the attribute you want to change is "title":

DerrickWong_5-1615430628984.png

Make your changes for the title attribute. Take a mental note of the id, you will need it later:

DerrickWong_4-1615430408661.png

Scroll back up to the top of the Data section and save your changes:

DerrickWong_7-1615430749670.png

You should get a green tick:

DerrickWong_8-1615430777300.png

 

Next: in the search bar above, enter the ID and search for the item:

 

DerrickWong_10-1615431588516.png

 

The search should return 1 item. View the item's JSON:

DerrickWong_14-1615432012448.png

 

Note the disclaimer:

DerrickWong_12-1615431711412.png

 

In the Description section, edit the "title":

DerrickWong_19-1615432461681.png

 

 

Save and search for the item again. The item name will have changed:

 

DerrickWong_17-1615432339135.png

 

Now refresh your site:

DerrickWong_20-1615432531455.png

Done =)

 

Could I kindly get you to kudos/accept as solution if you found my post helpful? Thanks.  

 

A word of caution. Just be careful when using this tool. You really need to know what you are doing.

 

The tool come as it is and comes with the following disclaimer:

THIS IS UNTESTED AND UNSUPPORTED.

Potential risks include:

  • Corrupting your content
  • Losing access to your items
  • Breaking apps built on top of your web maps

 

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DerrickWong
Esri Contributor

Hi @jp503 

You can make the intended changes using AGOL Online Assistant

I have provided some steps with screenshots to detail the steps required to do so:

 

To aid with this, I have created a test site with a dummy page and another page with the cloned layout:

DerrickWong_0-1615429828824.png

 

Navigate to AGOL Online Assistant and log into your AGOL account and navigate to the item:

 

DerrickWong_9-1615431470350.png

 

DerrickWong_13-1615431828921.png

 

 

Under the Data section, toggle the JSON editor:

DerrickWong_6-1615430658840.png

 

Locate your page you want to change, the attribute you want to change is "title":

DerrickWong_5-1615430628984.png

Make your changes for the title attribute. Take a mental note of the id, you will need it later:

DerrickWong_4-1615430408661.png

Scroll back up to the top of the Data section and save your changes:

DerrickWong_7-1615430749670.png

You should get a green tick:

DerrickWong_8-1615430777300.png

 

Next: in the search bar above, enter the ID and search for the item:

 

DerrickWong_10-1615431588516.png

 

The search should return 1 item. View the item's JSON:

DerrickWong_14-1615432012448.png

 

Note the disclaimer:

DerrickWong_12-1615431711412.png

 

In the Description section, edit the "title":

DerrickWong_19-1615432461681.png

 

 

Save and search for the item again. The item name will have changed:

 

DerrickWong_17-1615432339135.png

 

Now refresh your site:

DerrickWong_20-1615432531455.png

Done =)

 

Could I kindly get you to kudos/accept as solution if you found my post helpful? Thanks.  

 

A word of caution. Just be careful when using this tool. You really need to know what you are doing.

 

The tool come as it is and comes with the following disclaimer:

THIS IS UNTESTED AND UNSUPPORTED.

Potential risks include:

  • Corrupting your content
  • Losing access to your items
  • Breaking apps built on top of your web maps