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Creating hotspots for background image in css

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Is there a way to create hotspots on a header image that is contained in the css as a background.  In other words, is it possible to create hotspots on this header
http://insurance.illinois.gov/newdefault2/newdefaultflat.asp

If it is possible, how would I then use these hotspots for a swap and hyperlink?
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You cannot map a background image, but you can map a transparent image. If you make a transparent 1x1 gif file and set the width and height to match the heard, you can then map the image as if you are mapping the background.
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thanks
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