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Post Apr 6th 2002 at 4:14 pm
Anyone know how to do Image Maps in Adobe Image Ready?
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Post Apr 6th 2002 at 6:29 pm
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Post Apr 7th 2002 at 1:08 am
I thought I had it... But that went wrong...
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Post Apr 7th 2002 at 1:15 am
Microsoft FrontPage allows you to make image maps easily.
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Post Apr 7th 2002 at 1:21 am
Originally posted by Storm
Microsoft FrontPage allows you to make image maps easily.
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Post Apr 7th 2002 at 7:39 pm
IF you are using FP2000, then all you do is click on the picture and look at the bottom of the screen, there should be some picture tools there, if you pick the rectangle, then you can draw a rectangular hot spot (hyperlink) as big or small as you want. You can have as many hotspots (hyperlinks) as you want on a single picture. When you're done, you can go into HTML view and copy the code.

You can also draw circular and non-rectangular shapes with it too, I beleive.
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Post Apr 8th 2002 at 3:16 am
Originally posted by Storm
IF you are using FP2000, then all you do is click on the picture and look at the bottom of the screen, there should be some picture tools there, if you pick the rectangle, then you can draw a rectangular hot spot (hyperlink) as big or small as you want. You can have as many hotspots (hyperlinks) as you want on a single picture. When you're done, you can go into HTML view and copy the code.

You can also draw circular and non-rectangular shapes with it too, I beleive.


I did that with Adobe Image Ready. Tongue
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