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Get relative coords of clicked image

I have a image in a scrollable DIV. The image is bigger than the display
size of the DIV. How do I get the coordinates of a mouse click on the
image relative to the top left corner of the image itself?

Andrew Poulos
Aug 6 '08 #1
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Andrew Poulos wrote:
I have a image in a scrollable DIV. The image is bigger than the display
size of the DIV. How do I get the coordinates of a mouse click on the
image relative to the top left corner of the image itself?
Handle the `click' event of the `img' element and subtract the image's
coordinates that are relative to the viewport's top left corner from the
pointer coordinates that are relative to the viewport's top left corner.
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navigator.userA gent.indexOf('M SIE 5') != -1
&& navigator.userA gent.indexOf('M ac') != -1
) // Plone, register_functi on.js:16
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