The DfxMapping functions provide for any and all (logged in) users to …
- Add a pin to an internet accessible map, that
- includes a URL …
- which can contain the html needed to display images available on the ‘Net.
- Use “HwoTags” (which is case sensitive) and look at the Niagara Falls pin as an initial example.
- can have any number of associated TAGs.
- Copy pins to create new co-incident pins. Adding and deleting Tags allows a refined level of filtering.
- Pins of “registered” users can only be edited by their owners.
- The Pins of registered users that are logged-in, can be ‘Secured’ since they are by automatically tagged as ‘owned’ by that user.
- Owners may also make their pins Private and may then choose to share them with specific set(s) of other users.
- Try using the pins that are revealed by the “demo” tag, with different combinations of the “Map”, Satellite” and “Hybrid” controls, as well as with different Zoom levels.
- Move the preceding bullet into the MicroBlock (??) - DfxMappingDemo.
- The benefits of doing this are ...
EditThisPage The preceding TransClusions? are large enough to push this content out of the AboveTheFold area.
- Consider using the Calendar to make it easier to access component Blocks.
It may be more attractive to eliminate any adjacent endOfPage markup.
- This may be hard to do when it results from TransClusion since it is likely to be difficult to anticipate the Context in which a MicroBlock may be used.
- Interestingly, having separator text (such as this block) reduces the problem.
- Transclusion probably needs to be explained to ‘novice’ class users.