We have some great news for all WordPress users that use our free Web Maps for WordPress plugin! We are combining ALL of the features that were available from our Pro version into the Free version available in the WordPress plugin directory. The new update gives you custom searching of your ArcGIS Organization for public […]
If you are an ArcGIS Online user, you have likely heard of Arcade. This relatively new language can be used for analysis in web maps or to enhance pop-ups and symbology. While it may seem like an intimidating new coding language, it is relatively simple to use and does not require any previous coding knowledge. […]
Web Maps for WordPress gives anyone the ability to integrate the power of “where” into blog posts with interactive maps exposing authoritative content. This add-on for the world’s most popular CMS is designed to bridge the gap between authoritative maps registered with ArcGIS Online and WordPress. But don’t worry, anyone can use this!
We first shared some useful wildfire maps and webmap tips recently, and the post has been very popular. As a result, we’ve continued building on the list of resources and shared several more. Having access to real-time, accurate data and warnings is crucial for saving lives and property. There are many resources to help inform the […]
Sadly, we are once again witnessing another hot, dry summer and the prospect of a very busy fall wildfire season. As we know, wildfires are fast moving, deadly, and violent. Having access to real-time, accurate data and warnings is crucial for saving life and property. There are many resources to help inform the public and provide […]
Yes indeed, with Web Maps for WordPress anyone can Integrate the power of “where” into your pages and posts with interactive maps exposing authoritative content. This add-on for the World’s most popular CMS is Designed to bridge the gap between authoritative maps registered with ArcGIS Online and WordPress.
By searching public posts, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency fulfills its duty to provide decision-makers with past, present and future insights into locations during a global emergency.
GIS Day has come and gone (well actually, there’s GIS Day events all week long) and Geography Awareness Week introduced us all to more amazing maps, webmaps, and apps that are powered by location and geography. We stumbled onto loads of great maps this week and there’s no sign of the great Map tips slowing […]
The NGA isn’t the only public agency augmenting their data analysis efforts, analysis and mapping with the inclusion of public social media feeds. There are many ways that real-time public data via the crowd, secured from social media, can augment data analysis, mapping and decision making (Example, just search the 400,000 Esri Story Maps, many […]
Sadly we are once again witnessing another terrible tragedy unfolding, this time in the Northern California wine country region just north of San Francisco, CA. The wildfires ravaging the area are fast moving, deadly, and violent and we hope our friends and colleagues in the area are all safe. There’s many resources to help inform […]