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Making Imges Clickable

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I want to display a image on a webpage and I would like several parts of the image to be clickable (i.e. on one part of the image you can click on a section and it takes you to a particular webpage and if you click on another part it takes you to a different webpage). If the pages are designed using (X)HTML, CSS, JavaScript and PHP, would the use of (X)HTML image maps be best for creating this?
Mar 21 '11 #1
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drhowarddrfine
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Yes..............................................
Mar 21 '11 #2

Anand Soni
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You can do it easily by setting position of every parts in DIV tag.


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May 3 '11 #3

P: 55
Thanks for the info. Is using DIV tags better than using 'image maps'? Also how do you make a DIV tag clickable?
May 3 '11 #4

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