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Combine InfoWindow and Dialog Popup from Mouseover and Click Events

Question asked by lloydbronn on Mar 18, 2017
Latest reply on Apr 12, 2017 by lloydbronn

I'm working on a map that has a neighborhood feature layer. When a user mouses over a neighborhood, I want to have a menu in the corner of the map that displays demographics and other data, like this example. That is in Leaflet, but I'm wondering if something similar is possible with the ArcGIS JavaScript? Should I use the popup content in side panel exampleIf the user then clicks on a neighborhood, I want a popup to display a link to a page with more in depth data analysis. I've gotten the click to work. However, if I specify an info template for the layer, both the link dialog and and the infoWindow pop up on top of each other when the neighborhood is clicked. 


Here is the part that's working: 

neighborhoodsLayer.on("click", function(evt){
            var name = evt.graphic.attributes.NAME;
            var nameNoDot = name.replace(/\./g,"");
            var nameDash = nameNoDot.replace(/_/g, "-");
            var nameLower = nameDash.toLowerCase();
          var t = "<b>${NAME}</b><hr><a target='_blank' href='http://<theserver>.org/profiles/" + nameLower +
              "'><b>Neighborhood Profile</b></a>";

          var content = esriLang.substitute(evt.graphic.attributes,t);
          var highlightGraphic = new Graphic(evt.graphic.geometry,highlightSymbol);

          domStyle.set(dialog.domNode, "opacity", 0.75);
            popup: dialog,
            x: evt.pageX,
            y: evt.pageY
        function closeDialog() {


I've gotten a mouseover function to work as well, but I can't get it to trigger the infoWindow.