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I have Frontpage 2003. I have one web page (lets call it WP1) with an image that contains numerous hotspot links. I have another page (WP2) that is a high resolution image i.e when it loads it does not fit on the screen and scroll bars appear at ther side and bottom of the screen. This is fine. what I want to do is: when a hotspot is clicked on WP1, I want WP2 to open, but I want to be able to set what part of the image opens, at the moment the image always opens withynthe top left area of the image in the screen. I guess you could say I want to be able to define the coordinates of WP2 that opens by default depending on what hotspot is clicked on WP1.
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As far as I know, that cannot be done with HTML (or FrontPage / any WYSIWYG editor).  Flash might be able to accomplish something like that but there is not a way to determine the coordinates like that on an image.
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