Create a New Page
If you want to add a new layer to the knowledge base, this page should contain the main information that you need to know.
On the knowledge base, 2 elements are needed to enable tabbed content
- Tab headers (General Description, Additional Information, Visuals), must use the Page Title format
- The headertabs template, all the way at the bottom of the page, needs to be present in that location to enable the headertabs feature
The infobox provides an overview into important details of a layer. You can double click on the InfoBox to view its properties and change the provided information.
To categorize a page, you can add a Category Template, in which you can define the name of the category. Categories are used for indexing of pages. There are several well used categories, which can be found in the categories page, where several are Sea-Basin based, and several are generic.
Categories are generally placed at the top or bottom of the page.
The page name for layers use a pre-defined format to become well integrated with the MSP Challenge client. and exists out of 2 sections. Between the brackets ( ) the abbreviation of the sea basin is added, being NS for North Sea, BS for Baltic Sea, and CR for Clyde Region. Immediately after the closing bracket, the name of the layer is added. This results in page names such as (NS)Cities.
Add a new page Select the region for which you want to add a new layer to the knowledge base, then provide the layer name and press the button.
Everyting below is the example of a page. This is a template which will be loaded when you use the provided option to add a new layer. (The layout might be slightly different)=General Information=
|Editable||Yes / No|
|Data type||Points / Lines / Polygons / Raster|
|Types or Values|
|Manually add link to every sublayer|
Here you can put a description of the layer
Here you can add information about how the layer is implemented or used in the MSP Challenge
IN THIS TAB EXTENDED CONTENT IS PLACED
ON THIS TAB VISUAL CONTENT IS PLACED
Enter name of the layer at the source.
Enter the description of the dataset here.
Enter here where we got the layer from
Spatial Data Organization
Enter if the spatial data is vector, raster or point data
Enter here when the layer was last updated (at the source) and when was it acquired from the source.
Enter here how the layer was prepared to be integrated into the MSP Challenge.