Woow Tony,

great work, thanks a lot!

No concatenated labels, I can live with that. Equal Interval graduated styling 
is too muc of a compromise for me. You see that the result is far less 
interesting. Logaritmic styling is essential here.

I’ll have a look at it next.

thanks again


> Op 31 okt. 2016, om 16:36 heeft Tony Pham <t...@fcm.com> het volgende 
> geschreven:
> Hello Joris,
> Using your QGIS specific project file, I did receive error messages when 
> trying to generate a qgis2web-based Leaflet or OpenLayers 3 web page of your 
> map. I believe there are a few settings in your existing project file that 
> produce issues when the QGIS2Web app runs its python script and hence you 
> receive an error output. One example is the label field in which you employ a 
> concatenation of two separate fields. I don’t believe QGIS2Web can handle the 
> concatenation of multiple fields for its label.
> However, I was able to work around the error and generate a Leaflet-based 
> page by performing the following:
> 1.       Removing the WorldRefug layer with the concatenated label along with 
> all other layers from QGIS
> 2.       Re-importing the WorldRefug shapefile layer into QGIS
> 3.       Generating a “Graduated” style (Thematic map) based on UNHRDATNUM 
> with “Equal Interval” mode
> 4.       Set up the WorldRefug layer such that there is No Label (the 
> Qgis2web app has trouble with concatenating multiple fields for the label 
> setting)
> Below is a screenshot of my qgis2web pop up app on a Mac platform with a 
> preview of the working web page (I have also attached a PNG image for good 
> measure):
> <image001.png>
> Hope this helps!
> Regards,
> -Tony
> On 10/18/2016 10:14 AM, qgis-user-requ...@lists.osgeo.org 
> <mailto:qgis-user-requ...@lists.osgeo.org> wrote:
> Hi,
> All info about my issue:
> I made a nice map, which’d like to publish online.
> my map gives no result when trying to export with QGIS2Web.
> I’m just a poor lonesome mapper, and know nothing about coding, I cannot even 
> define what the issue is.
> more info at
> https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/23700421/refugeemapData.zip 
> <https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/23700421/refugeemapData.zip>
> with this link you can find:
>    - A consolidated project including all data (made in QGIS 2.14 on 
> MacOS10.11)
> -some screen grabs from the Qgis2web UI with results and/or error messages
> as you can see, result is far from the original.
> Thanks for having a look at it.
> joris
> <Screen Shot 2016-10-31 at 11.32.32 AM.png>

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