Arcade Text Formatting - Bold Text

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01-30-2020 11:07 AM
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I'm having difficulty formatting the following expression such that result will BOLD words indicated below. 

I understand that the labeling expression should be "<BOL>" + $feature.LABELFIELD + "</BOL>

 

/*Eligibility*/
if($feature["Comm_Eligi"]=="Eligible") {
if($feature["UP_Eligibl"]=="Eligible") {
return("Your jurisdiction is eligible under the Communities in Need criteria and the required minimum match is " + $feature["Comm_Match"] + " percent." + Textformatting.NewLine + "Your jurisdiction also is eligible under the Underserved Populations criteria: map your project to determine the required minimum match." )
} else {
return("Your jurisdiction is eligible under the Communities in Need criteria and the required minimum match is " + $feature["Comm_Match"] + " percent.")
}
} else if($feature["Comm_Eligi"]=="Not Eligible") {
if($feature["UP_Eligibl"]=="Not Eligible") {
return("Your jurisdiction is not eligible for a match reduction.")
} else {
return("Your jurisdiction is eligible under the Underserved Populations criteria: map your project to determine the required minimum match.")
}
}

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Hi chantell.krider_wa_rco 

As I mentioned in my previous post, this does not work (yet) in ArcGIS Online. To create the bold text in the pop-up in ArcGIS Online will require custom HTML configuration and multiple Arcade expressions.

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Hi chantell.krider_wa_rco ,

I assume this would be like this:

/*Eligibility*/
if ($feature["Comm_Eligi"]=="Eligible") {
if ($feature["UP_Eligibl"]=="Eligible") {
return("Your jurisdiction is eligible under the <BOL>Communities in Need</BOL> criteria and the required minimum match is " + $feature["Comm_Match"] + " percent." + Textformatting.NewLine + "Your jurisdiction also is eligible under the <BOL>Underserved Populations</BOL> criteria: map your project to determine the required minimum match." )
} else {
return("Your jurisdiction is eligible under the <BOL>Communities in Need</BOL> criteria and the required minimum match is " + $feature["Comm_Match"] + " percent.")
}
} else if ($feature["Comm_Eligi"]=="Not Eligible") {
if ($feature["UP_Eligibl"]=="Not Eligible") {
return("Your jurisdiction is not eligible for a match reduction.")
} else {
return("Your jurisdiction is eligible under the <BOL>Underserved Populations</BOL> criteria: map your project to determine the required minimum match.")
}
}

Note that this might work in ArcGIS Pro, but not (yet) in ArcGIS Online.

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Nope. The results are below. 

 

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Hi chantell.krider_wa_rco 

As I mentioned in my previous post, this does not work (yet) in ArcGIS Online. To create the bold text in the pop-up in ArcGIS Online will require custom HTML configuration and multiple Arcade expressions.

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Okay. Thank you for the help. 

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Hi Chantell Krider ,

I can show you how to do this with the custom HTML configuration in combination with 4 Arcade expressions, if that's an option for you...

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Yes. That would be awesome! 

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Hi Chantell Krider ,

Let me first explain the sample dataset I created. I have 4 points and added the Com_Eligi and UP_Eligibl values:

The attribute table looks like this:

You can see that I have 4 "Eligibility" fields added, containing "block" or "none". Those are the results of the Arcade expressions listed below:

// Eligibility1:
if (($feature["Comm_Eligi"]=="Eligible") && ($feature["UP_Eligibl"]=="Eligible")) {
return "block";
} else {
return "none";
}

 

// Eligibility2:
if (($feature["Comm_Eligi"]=="Eligible") && ($feature["UP_Eligibl"]=="Not Eligible")) {
return "block";
} else {
return "none";
}‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍

// Eligibility3:
if (($feature["Comm_Eligi"]=="Not Eligible") && ($feature["UP_Eligibl"]=="Not Eligible")) {
return "block";
} else {
return "none";
}‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍

// Eligibility4:
if (($feature["Comm_Eligi"]=="Not Eligible") && ($feature["UP_Eligibl"]=="Eligible")) {
return "block";
} else {
return "none";
}‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍‍

Those will appear numbered as 0 to 3 in the list of Arcade expressions in the pop-up configuration:

The next part is the configuration of the custom HTML pop-up:

Next hit the green "CONFIGURE" button and activate the "View HTML Source" in the Custom Attribute Display:

 

As HTML source you should copy and paste the following:

<span style="display:{expression/expr0}">Your jurisdiction is eligible under the <b>Communities in Need</b> criteria and the required minimum match is {Comm_Match} percent. <br />Your jurisdiction also is eligible under the <b>Underserved Populations</b> criteria: map your project to determine the required minimum match.</span>
<span style="display:{expression/expr1}">Your jurisdiction is eligible under the <b>Communities in Need</b> criteria and the required minimum match is {Comm_Match} percent.</span>
<span style="display:{expression/expr2}">Your jurisdiction is not eligible for a match reduction.</span>
<span style="display:{expression/expr3}">Your jurisdiction is eligible under the <b>Underserved Populations</b> criteria: map your project to determine the required minimum match.</span>

The result should be like this:

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Impressive! I'm guessing I'll need to pre-populate the attribute table according to the "blocks" vs. "none". Is that correct? Thank you! I'll give it a try. 

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Hi chantell.krider_wa_rco ,

You do not have to change your data and add fields. The ones you are seeing are "virtual" fields created by the Arcade expressions.

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