Is it possible to share an arcgis online scene by embedding it in a web page available to everyone?
Yes you can use an iframe to embed a scene in a web site. The trick is to use the ui=min url parameter to minimize the UI. Details on this url param can be found in this blog post.
And here's an example of how it looks in an iframe:
<iframe width="500" height="400" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" src="http://jsapi.maps.arcgis.com/home/webscene/viewer.html?webscene=70834cb46ec94ddb802f4a00df7836bb&ui=min"></iframe>
Thank you, Kelly, for your very quick response.
The solution works (http://www.intimeandplace.org/Yosemite/activities/trailsofyosemite.html - click on the map image to bring up the scene), but is not ideal. I've basically created a work around to not having the layers menu available by creating a slide entry into each layer. I would also like users to be able to change base maps. Is a change in the works?
No definite dates but in future releases there should be more options for sharing scenes.
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