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How do I create multiple active links within one graphic

Posted on 2006-04-01
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I currently have a graphic that is made up of 7 "idea clouds" similar to those seen in comic books.  This is one gif image currently.  I need to change this so that I have one web page that displays this graphic with each cloud representing a different active link when clicked on.  Any ideas on how I could do this?  Thank you.
Question by:rporter45
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I think you can use the image maps feature of ImageReady for that. I have uploaded a sample here for you:
Open the PSD with image ready. Open the web page with your browser. You will see that I have made image maps in ImageReady and they have converted to links in the HTML file.
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Glad to be of assistance.

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