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Single symbol rendering can be used to symbolize layers that allow configuration of symbology. For more information on the different layer types and their capabilities, see Layer types. Features in layers that have single symbol rendering applied display on the map with the same symbol.
The ArcGIS Map Web Part makes it easy to apply a single symbol to a layer. To do so, complete the following steps:
The buttons under the Size label can be used to change the size of the selected layer's symbol. The enabled buttons and the effect of each, vary depending on the geometry type of features in the selected layer. The variations are described in this section.
The buttons under the Color label on the Symbols tab of the ribbon allow you to specify the color or colors of the selected layer's symbol. Clicking either of these buttons opens a color picker:
When the color picker first opens, a color palette displays as shown above. The currently selected color shows at the top of the color palette under the Current Color label. The colors in the Theme Colors section derive from the theme of the current SharePoint site. To choose a color, click the applicable color square.
For finer control over the color selection, click the Advanced label at the bottom of the color picker. To select a shade of the current hue, click and drag the large color square. The hexadecimal color code and the small square showing the selected color update as you drag the mouse pointer. To change the hue, drag the hue slider (the rainbow-colored slider immediately to the right of the large color square). To change the transparency, drag the transparency slider (all the way to the right of the color picker). You also have the option of specifying a color by typing the hexadecimal color code into the text box at the bottom of the color picker.
The enabled color buttons and the effect of each vary depending on the geometry type of features in the selected layer. The variations are described as follows: