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HTML image map – Image Maps part 2

HTML image map – Image Maps part 2

Some important points to remember when designing Image Maps

  • The image used as a map should be large enough so that the users’ cursor is not confined in a small place with lots of links.
  • It is recommended that the <MAP> tag along with its <AREA>s is placed at the end of the HTML document.
  • Use client-side maps unless most of your audience is using older browsers that support only server-side maps. There are many benefits in using the map on the client, especially performance.

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