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An image map is an image divided into regions or "hotspots."
When a hotspot is clicked, an action occurs.
the people in this photo and find out who they are.
Now, take a gander at this...
These are great examples of what can be done with image maps. How do you
Directions to create an image map
Select the image.
Click the expander arrow in the lower right corner
of the Property inspector to see all properties.
In the Map Name field, type a unique name for the
Note: If you are using multiple image maps
in the same document, make sure each map has a unique name.
To define the image map areas, do one of the following:
Select the circle tool and drag the pointer over
the image to create a circular hotspot.
Select the rectangle tool and drag the pointer
over the image to create a rectangular hotspot.
Select the polygon tool and define an irregularly
shaped hotspot by clicking once for each corner point. Click the
arrow tool to close the shape.
In the hotspot Property inspector's Link field,
click the folder icon to browse to the file you want opened when
the hotspot is clicked. Alternatively, type the file name. A URL
can also be defined in this area.
To set where the linked file opens, type the name
of the window in which the file should open in the Target field.
Alternatively, choose a frame name from the Target pop-up menu.
In the Alt field, type the text you want to appear
as alternative text in text-only browsers.
Some browsers display this text as a tooltip when
the user pauses the mouse pointer over the hotspot.
Repeat steps 4 through 7 to define additional hotspots
in the image map.
When you're finished mapping the image, click a
blank area in the document to change the Property inspector.
Check out your work with an F12.
If you have ANY trouble with this, an exercise
can be found in Help > Lessons > Creating an image map