The map view displays vector tiles with the currently selected styles. Users can click on the map view to select vector tile styles.
Click on the map to edit layer styles
Click anywhere on the map view to open a layer editor () to change the style of the selected layer.
The minimaps show different locations around the world at varying zoom levels. You can change the locations for each minimap by clicking the magnifier icon in its zoom level widget or using the search widget.
Using the map view
The following is a description of main user interactions for working with the map view.
For example, the zoom level in the map viewer at the top of the page is
|Search||Type in an address or place of interest to center the map at that location.|
|Close||Close VTSE. If you're using VTSE in ArcGIS Online, you'll return back to the map viewer.|
|Background layer||Select a background layer:
Note: to make imagery or hillshade visible, you will need to either change the opacity of a layer or turn of the visibility of layers. See the imagery example below.
How to display background imagery
In this example, the group of
Land layer styles has been switched to
not visible and the background layer is satellite imagery. Wherever on the map a
Land vector tile would normally be displayed, a satellite imagery tile is displayed instead.
Note: The visibility of layers may vary with zoom level.