imagemaps are made by defining each of the hot areas in terms of their x and y coordinates (relative to the top left hand corner).
Don't forget to enter a link, title and target for each of them.
Then once you're finished simply click Show Me The Code!
The Library's Theses Office assists with formatting theses, projects and extended essays for submission to the Library.
You are encouraged to use the Library's thesis template to help format your thesis.
Originally introduced in HTML 3.2 as a replacement for server side imagemaps.
Server side image maps were clunky requiring a round trip to the web server to determine where to go based on the coordinates clicked in the image. An imagemap is a graphic image where a user can click on different parts of the image and be directed to different destinations.
Next up create your hot areas using either rectangle, circle or polygon shapes.
Creating these shapes is as easy as pointing and clicking on your image.
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I want to be able to lay out my masthead custom to include our logo, our tagline, & phone number…but from my research I don’t think it’s possible with the regular theme settings.