|Here is a very simple and effective way to make your Image Map.|
What's an Image Map you say? Well it's a very effective way of creating "Hot Spots" on an Image and using them to create links.
Each "Hot Spot" requires four coordinates, which are separated by commas, to create a link. The first two define the top left position of the "Hot Spot" and the second two define its bottom right position.
|It is mandatory that the size of the image be known for the map to work properly. Take your image to The Professor's Image Sizer before attempting a map with one of your own images.|
Please first read the instructions
|Repeat the above 10 steps for each "Hot Spot" that you wish to create. The coordinates are then placed in this basic Image Map Code. This code is set for 3 "Hot Spots but can be easily adjusted by just increasing or decreasing the No of <area shapes. The usemap name and the map name must be the same.|
|Lets Do It|
|Just C & P this code and take it to the Prof's Test Bed by entering the door into School House. Replace the ? marks with the appropriate image values, enter the coordinates that you determine and watch your own Image Map develop right before your eyes.|
|Then C & P the finished code into your sig box or Web Page.|