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Web Techniques magazine recently had an article about how to implement both
client-side and server side imagemaps in the same HTML code (or something like
that, forgive me, I don't have it handy). Their web site is
www.webtechniques.com. Good magazine!
David Jones, Technical Writer
David_Jones/KSBEISD -dot- KSBEISD -at- Datahub -dot- com
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To: TECHWR-L @ LISTSERV.OKSTATE.EDU
From: ejray @ RAYCOMM.COM ("Eric J. Ray")
Date: 09/04/96 02:16:41 PM
Subject: Imagemaps and URLs
Just a quick note about imagemaps -- if you want
people to see the URL as the cursor passes
over, provide a client-side imagemap.
If your users won't necessarily be able to deal with
a client-side map, augment it with a server-side map.
ALWAYS provide alternative navigation.
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