Quick tour

The exact features in your Web mapping application may vary. This tour will familiarize you with some of the basic features.

  1. If you have a wheel mouse, zoom in on the map by moving the mouse over the map and scrolling the wheel forward a few times. Scroll the wheel backward to zoom back out.
  2. Pan (re-center) the map a few times by clicking and dragging on the map. The pan function is the default tool, active when the application starts. You can select the Pan tool by clicking on the Toolbar.
  3. The Navigation control is located in the lower left corner of the map, click on the compass to pan (re-center) the map in the direction of the arrow. Then pan back in the opposite direction.
  4. In the Toolbar, click the Zoom In tool , then click and drag on the map to draw a rectangle, and release the mouse button. The map zooms into the area of the rectangle.
  5. In the Toolbar, click the Identify tool . Then click in the map on a feature you are interested in. The results box will appear next to the point you selected. If more than one feature is found where you clicked, you will see a drop down list which allows you to select the desired feature set.
  6. Find features by using the Search command from the Toolbar. Type in an address in the first text box OR the name of a place in the second box. Results will be shown in a table at the bottom of the map. Click on any feature in the table to zoom to it in the map.
  7. Click the Map Contents command in the Toolbar. Map Contents shows the map services and layers in your map. Expand a map and its layers nodes in the tree view to show the contents of the map.
  8. Click the check-box next to one or more layers to turn the layer on or off. The map will update to reflect the visibility settings in Map Contents.
  9. Explore other content and tools in the map. We hope you find this Web mapping application useful and fun!