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IMAGE MAP

 

An Image Map is used when you want to create "hot spots" within an image and hyperlink to other locations on the web. By the end of this tutorial you will be able to create image maps using Front page.

 

1. Open up a new document in Front Page.

 

2. To insert your image, Click on INSERT => PICTURE => FROM FILE or the Toolbar  icon. Browse for your hard drive for the image and click ok when you find it.

 

 

 

3. Bring up your picture toolbar by clicking VIEW => TOOLBARS => PICTURE

 

 

4. Highlight your image where you want your image. Click the rectangle tool for a rectangular hotspot, oval tool for an oval hotspot, or the polygon tool for an odd shaped hotspot.

5. Using the picture tool, Draw a box, oval or polygon that surrounds the area you would like to hotshop.

 

6. When you complete the shape, the Edit Hyperlink box apprears. Type in the hyperlink address you will like the hot spot to have and click OK.

7. When you have made all your hotspots and hyperlinks, your image map will look like this:

The code created looks like the following on the HTML tab.

<map name="FPMap0">
<area href="imagemap.htm" shape="rect" coords="116, 24, 209, 54">
<area href="garden.htm" shape="rect" coords="84, 60, 213, 92">
<area href="trails.htm" shape="rect" coords="104, 95, 211, 129">
<area href="pond.htm" shape="rect" coords="123, 134, 214, 161">
<area href="plant.htm" shape="polygon" coords="99, 285, 112, 246, 84, 172, 101, 125, 86, 117, 65, 173, 81, 225, 72, 241, 51, 208, 36, 256, 50, 270, 65, 260, 82, 289, 110, 279, 110, 277">
<area href="mailto:ladymindy@developingwebs.net?subject=inquirey" shape="rect" coords="113, 166, 216, 199">
</map>
<img border="0" src="images/menu.jpg" usemap="#FPMap0" width="224" height="299" align="left">

 



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