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Hello,

Will someone please explain to me how to use an image map, to trigger
multiple areas of an image? I want to use a rollover, over one area
of an image, to change the images in other areas of the same image.
As if the separate areas mapped over the image itself, were actually
separate frames. I know I have seen something similar to this done
before but I can not remember where. Any assistance with this would
be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Life.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Life wrote:

Will someone please explain to me how to use an image map, to trigger
multiple areas of an image? I want to use a rollover, over one area
of an image, to change the images in other areas of the same image.
As if the separate areas mapped over the image itself, were actually
separate frames. I know I have seen something similar to this done
before but I can not remember where. Any assistance with this would
be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.


You can do this by using clipping via DHTML (HTML/ JavaScript/ CSS/
DOM) and using two images absolutely positioned over each other.
Jul 20 '05 #2
On 19 Jan 2004 02:55:44 -0800, Life <th************ **@yahoo.com> wrote:
Hello,

Will someone please explain to me how to use an image map, to trigger
multiple areas of an image? I want to use a rollover, over one area
of an image, to change the images in other areas of the same image.
As if the separate areas mapped over the image itself, were actually
separate frames. I know I have seen something similar to this done
before but I can not remember where. Any assistance with this would
be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Life.

Check this out.

http://www.alistapart.com/articles/imagemap/
Jul 20 '05 #3

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