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07-26-2021 11:17 AM
CatherineCarter1
New Contributor III

This could certainly be my fault but I really need help fixing it. 

I have a collection with 4 chapters. I edited one of the pages and the collection is not picking it up so my changes are not being displayed.

The collection is here  https://arcg.is/r8fuX

The page I want is here .. https://arcg.is/19zemq

The page showing up when I click on the collection is here .. https://arcg.is/r8fuX This is the same link as the collection so I can't tell where it is getting this page. The paragraph directly above the map is the one that I'm having trouble with.

Please help!

 

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CatherineCarter1
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Thanks, Owen. I appreciate the compliment. I had a blast doing this. Sacred space was my research area when I was teaching human geography and GIS at Maryland. I will definitely look at this story!

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CatherineCarter1
New Contributor III

This is really getting me :) I did this a hundred times and it did not change a thing. But just now when I tried again it worked perfectly! Who knows .. I'm sure it was my error. But at least now it's ready.

Thank you!!

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OwenGeo
Esri Frequent Contributor

@CatherineCarter1 -- It seems like maybe the issue has to do with the fact that you have made an update to one of your stories or the collection and you haven't published that change. Check the header to see if you see a label that says "Unpublished changes." 

After you publish a story/collection, you can make changes that are visible only to you. If you want those changes to be seen by your readers, you need to publish the story/collection again.

Owen Evans
Lead Product Engineer | StoryMaps
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CatherineCarter1
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This is really getting me :) I did this a hundred times and it did not change a thing. But just now when I tried again it worked perfectly! Who knows .. I'm sure it was my error. But at least now it's ready.

Thank you!!

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OwenGeo
Esri Frequent Contributor

@CatherineCarter1 -- Nice work on the stories!! They look fantastic.

Based on the topic of your story, you might be interested in reading this story that was published by our team a few years ago. Sacred Places, Sacred Ways (arcgis.com)

Owen Evans
Lead Product Engineer | StoryMaps
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CatherineCarter1
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Thanks, Owen. I appreciate the compliment. I had a blast doing this. Sacred space was my research area when I was teaching human geography and GIS at Maryland. I will definitely look at this story!

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