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  • #825

    Ethan Watrall
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    why don’t you insert a Gallery of KORA objects instead of single objects?

    #732

    Ethan Watrall
    Keymaster

    yup – what Neha says.  Have a look at the source of the Digital Atlas of Egyptian Archaeology (https://github.com/matrix-msu/daea-fs14).  It uses omnivore to pull info from a local csv to display pins and pops ups on a map.

    #539

    Ethan Watrall
    Keymaster

    I’ve had lots and lots of students use storymap.js.  I’ve never used (or had a student use) Odyssey.  So, if anyone uses it, please post the result…because I’m very curious about the product.

    #535

    Ethan Watrall
    Keymaster

    well, you know I’m not a fan of proprietary, closed software…so I won’t even go into that.

    I did have one of my Cultural Heritage Informatics Grad Fellows use ARC Story Map last year for a project.  He found it easy to use, but ultimately a little restrictive because the platform is closed (no code to hack or edit, etc).

    A couple of other options that are designed to create similar sorts of experiences:

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 9 months ago by  Ethan Watrall.
    #509

    Ethan Watrall
    Keymaster

    You should generate a site on that repo using GitHub pages (https://pages.github.com/).

    I’ll go ahead and request that domain for you.

    #498

    Ethan Watrall
    Keymaster

    Share the URL of the GitHub repo!

    Reclaim is good. Your university’s stance on webspace is spectacularly stupid

    I’m happy to provide you space…just tell me what you want the domain to be (something.matrix.msu.edu…or is this something we’ve already talked about and I’m forgetting)

    #479

    Ethan Watrall
    Keymaster

    does your repo have more than one branch…and you are not committing to the branch you are looking at on GitHub.com?

    #478

    Ethan Watrall
    Keymaster

    does your repo have more than one branch…and you are not committing to the branch you are looking at on GitHub.com?

    #477

    Ethan Watrall
    Keymaster

    does your repo have more than one branch…and you are not committing to the branch you are looking at on GitHub.com?

    #454

    Ethan Watrall
    Keymaster

    Maria – if you need a GitHub refresher, I’d recommend this free course:

    http://www.wheelhouse.io/learn-github/

    (the GitHub workflow one)

    to host on GitHub (with gh-pages)have a look at:

    https://pages.github.com/

    http://www.thinkful.com/learn/a-guide-to-using-github-pages/

    http://www.thinkful.com/learn/a-guide-to-using-github-pages/

    #452

    Ethan Watrall
    Keymaster

    what happend to bootleaf (https://github.com/bmcbride/bootleaf)? I think that, given the project, it will serve you really well. My (recommended) workflow & architecture would be:

    – GitHub repo to build
    – gh-pages to host
    – bootleaf for the site
    – maps could come from mapbox (or some other source)
    data
    – (anything displayed on the maps) could come from an external geoJSON file.

    Again, have a look at Katy’s ieldran project as it is a good example.

    this is just my recomendation…but it seems like a good solution?

    #438

    Ethan Watrall
    Keymaster

    Remember, if you use GitHub as the place to develop your project, other people can look at it if you run into trouble.

    #436

    Ethan Watrall
    Keymaster

    YOU CAN DO THIS!

    #428

    Ethan Watrall
    Keymaster

    …oh, and virtualvaldivia.matrix.msu.edu works perfectly fine regardless of what you use to build your website.

    #427

    Ethan Watrall
    Keymaster

    I’d looooove to see you to reach a little bit and forgo the WP website in favor of building something by hand (perhaps using a front-end HTML framework such as Bootstrap, Foundation, or Ink).

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