Changing the color, size and position of the interface blocks is described and shown in the articles mentioned above.
|Figure 1 - Click (on the map) on the point (city) you are interested in.|
|Figure 2 -The new separate popup window after clicking the button "in new popup"|
After pressing "Edit" under each attribute (cell) there will be a blue square (see Figure 3), you must click on it to get the window where you can set options to add an image, video or website as an attribute.
|Figure 3 - After pressing "Edit" under each attribute (cell) there will be a blue square.|
Let's add a website and set the width and height of the cell where it will be opened as it is shown in Figure 4.
|Figure 4 - Result of adding website in editable cell.|
Click the "OK" button and get the result shown in Figure 5. Click on the button "Update" in the window shown in Figure 5, and the inserted websites and video will look as it is shown in Figure 6.
|Figure 5 - Result of adding website after clicking on the "Update" button.|
|Figure 6 - Result of adding several websites and a video after clicking on the "Update" button.|
You can move this window (with websites, images and videos) if you select menu item "Interface->switch to interface drag". After that you can save your interface in your browser local storage - select the menu item "Interface->Save interface". In this case, every time you open OpenWebGIS site it will be loaded into the interface that you saved (including the added sites, videos, and images).
In order to keep your workspace on the OpenWebGIS server and receive web-link to it, click on the button "Get link" in the upper right corner of the map and in the open options window, activate the option "save interface" and click "Yes" (See Figure 7).
|Figure 7 - To save your workspace on OpenWebGIS server click on the button "Get link".|
|Figure 8 - To save the map and the interface in the text file select "Project->Export project to file" menu item|
|Figure 9 - To save contents of a text file on your disk, click "Save Data".|
As a result, your workspace in OpenWebGIS can be as shown in Figure 10.
|Figure 10 - One variant of OpenWebGIS workspace.|
The process of creating this workspace may not be convenient enough, so OpenWebGIS team will optimize it so that you could create additional windows without the usage of layers on the map.