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Posted on 2011-02-23
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I want to create a different link over each of the three school images on this page and I don't know how to do that.  Any help would be much appreciated.

http://www.classroomconnection.us/schools/welcome_page.asp?client_id=1
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Try

<a href="YOUR URL"><img src="YOUR IMAGE.jpg" /></a>

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by:Bob Schneider
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except that the images are background images
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Use a 'blank.gif', a 1-dot gif with 1 transparent pixel.  You can then declare the size to be what you need to cover the area you want to be able to click on.  Since it is transparent, you can see thru it but it has size so you can click on it.
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