Please note: The following information is taken from the Dojo Toolkit documentation and ESRI's documentation.
See the Map Navigation tab for detailed information related to using the map with the keyboard or the mouse.
Title Panes: Expanding/Collapsing PanelsPanels on this site that are Title Panes:
- Find a Building
- Help and More Information
- Legend and Map Display
|Toggle open/close of the Title Pane||Enter or space key with focus on the panel's title.|
|Navigate into an opened Title Pane||Tab|
Tab PanelsTab Panels are used on each of the Title Panes to organize content. Tab Panels can be seen at:
- Find a Building panel: Building List tab and Search For a Building tab
- More Information panel: Related Links tabs and Map Help tab
- Legend and Map Display panel: Accessibility Layers tab, Construction Layers tab and Base Map legend tab
|Navigate to next tab button||Right arrow|
|Navigate to previous tab button||Left arrow|
|Navigate to first tab button||Home|
|Navigate to last tab button||End|
|Navigate into page||Tab|
Dropdown Menus and Search BoxBoth the Building List dropdown and the Search box can be navigated using the keyboard.
|Set focus on the dropdown or search box||Tab|
|Move up or down the list of buildings||Up or down arrows|
|Filter the dropdown or jump to a letter in the alphabet||Type inside the dropdown or search box.|
Search Results TableWhen you use the search feature, the results will be shown in the table below the search box. If a single result is returned (in the case of an exact match), the building will automatically be selected and shown on the map. If there is more than one result, all matching results will be shown in the table on the Search tab panel. You can use the keyboard to navigate through the results and to select the one that matches your needs.
|Navigate from Search button to result table||Tab|
|Navigate from table headings (NAME, MATCH) to table contents||Tab|
|Navigate to rows in the table containing building names and results||Arrow keys|
|Select a result to view on the map||Enter|
Legend and Map Display Panel
- Map layers are grouped in tabs by category: Accessibility Layers, Construction Layers and the Base Map.
- Each layer on the map is listed by name with its map symbol.
- Accessibility layers can be turned on or off one at a time by checking or unchecking the boxes in the list.
- Some layers are not displayed on the map at all scales. When the map is zoomed out those layers are hidden. If a layer is not visible at the current scale the checkbox will be disabled.
- The Construction layers can be turned on or off as a group using the button at the top of the tab.
- Similarly, the Aerial Image can be displayed using the button below the legend. The imagery can not be displayed when the map is zoomed out at larger scales, so the button is disabled until the map is zoomed in.
- The Base Map layers are the only layers that cannot be manually turned on or off.
The Find a Building panel in the top left offers two methods for locating a building on campus.
- Building List
- This tab shows a dropdown with an alphabetical list of the primary campus buildings.
- You can select a building by scrolling through the list or you can begin typing the name of a building in the dropdown box. As you type it will filter the list to show buildings that match the text you have entered.
- Search For A Building
- This tab features a search box that will also show you matching results as you type.
- You must click the Search button to trigger the search and view the results.
- You can also search for words without any exact matches if you want to see multiple results or search for an alternative building name or other location.
- For example, to see all the results for "Jesse", type "Jesse" and hit the space bar twice, then click the Search button. There will be two results, one for Jesse Hall and the other for Memorial Student Union, where Jesse Wrench Auditorium is located.
- If only one match is found, the map will zoom directly to the building. If multiple results are returned, the map will zoom to show them all and they will each be listed in the result table.
- Click any row in the result table to view that specific building.
Link to a Building on the Map
Whenever a building is selected on the map, a textbox will be displayed at the bottom of the Find a Building panel. Click anywhere in the textbox to select the URL text. Use [Ctrl + C] to copy the selected URL, then paste it in any email or in the address bar of your browser.
Use this URL to provide a permanent link to the map with this building pre-selected. The site will load with the map zoomed in and centered on this building.
Click this tool to toggle the display of Notes when your mouse hovers over features on the map. Features you can query with the Notes Tool include:
- Accessible Parking: Display the number of accessible parking spaces.
- Accessible Entrances and Automatic Entrances: Some of these features contain notes with pertinent information for that specific entrance. If the feature has a note it will show a white dot above the map symbol.
The Info Tool
This tool enables the user to click on a building to select it. First, click the tool on the toolbar. Next, click a building on the map. An info window will appear showing the building name. Additionally, the Find a Building panel will show a text box which will provide a permanent link to this building on the map.
To hide the info window, click any empty space on the map.
Printing RecommendationsThe Print Tool on the map toolbar is recommended for best printing results. However, results may vary depending on your browser, browser version and operating system.
If the Print tool doesn't function properly, you may see better results by using your browser's print button.
Please keep in mind that all images rendered in your web browser, including the map images on this site, are not high-resolution images intended for quality print output.
Browser SupportThis site works best in the following browsers:
- Firefox 9+
- Google Chrome 16+
- Internet Explorer 9
Functionality in other browsers may vary.