I have a Cascade Story map that seems to display differently on different systems. Some of the pages seem to be cut off on a Mac system?
Hi Jennifer -- there is an area 50px tall at the top of the Cascade story that always appears under that black header /title bar. Currently, there's no way to prevent this overlap. To ensure that white area of your image doesn't appear underneath the header you can move it down more toward the center of the image or add space at the top of the image.
Hi Jennifer -- Sorry you are seeing differences in your Cascade story on different computers. This is somewhat expected since Cascade stories have a full-window format and screen dimentions, screen resolutions, and browser window aspect ratios can vary from computer to computer. Can you share a screenshot of what you are seeing?
If you have a photo that has words or other elements that you do not want to be cropped out you have a few options:
Below are screenshots of these three options. Let me know if these are helpful.
Immersive background -- use blue focus point to mark the most important part of the image that you do not want cropped out
Immersive background -- use "Do not crop" option
Thanks for the reply, the white diagram is cut off on a Mac system. I have reduced the image down and it is perfect on my system with no issues. It is strange because I also have no issues on an android platform tablet. I will take a look at the info you provided it is much appreciated.
Have a Great Day!
Thanks Evan, I have made edits and I have someone testing on a Mac for me. I appreciate it very much.
OK great. Glad the information was helpful. Just to clarify, the differences you see are not related to the operating system (Windows vs Mac) -- it's related to the screen size, resolution, and browser window size of different computers.
It's a good idea to test your story at a variety of window sizes/shapes and devices to make sure things look as expected. You can do this using Chrome developer tools (details here).
Good Afternoon Owen,
I have an addition a question, I read your blog about adding a list to a Cascade Story Map and I did that in my project. I am trying to figure out how they created this Map with the table of contents at the top of the Story Map? https://wadnr.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Cascade/index.html?appid=36b4887370d141fcbb35392f996c82d9 If you can assist that would be awesome.
Sorry I just figured out that these are the Bookmarks for the map
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