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Jimmy Bones

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hi. i would like to know how to create a link just on the the top of my banner?

i mean...

i have a banner, i want to put a small images on the banner itself and when this small images is clicked it will bring them to the link.


Please help me.

Thank you.
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Ok

this is simple...if I think I know what you mean. First you want to place your link attribute in. To do this, its <a href="yourpage.html"> You then want to place your image in. The tag attribute is <img src="source"> Then just close out the Link tag when your done with </a>. this will set a picture that when clicked, will go to a page (in this case...it would be yourpage.html). I'm not sure if thats what you meant or not. you gotta be a little bit more specific. Let me know what you think

David
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Jimmy Bones

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hi david.

i mean like... image map.

i have an image map maker, after i create the image map, then it cretad the HTML code. so, i put it on my site. then it didnt loads up.

it says LOADING
JAVA APPLET FAILED even though i have a java
installed.
im using JAVA ™ pLUG-IN 1.4.2_06.

i even tested it on my site edittor, still im
experiencing the same problem.
i also test on my website webpage i still encounter
the same problem.

What should i do to get this fixed?

here is the link: http://roleplaying.w...dex.php?act=idx
sorry for the link, i dont mean to advertise. i really need help.

Thank you.
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sieur_drewry

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that link doesnt work
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Technogeek8

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Oh

My bad. Ok, image maps are pretty simple. I'll past some example code and try to explain it. Do it hard copy, don't use a program. It's better for you to know what the code is actually doing instead of just copying and pasting

David
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Technogeek8

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<!--David-->
<!DocType>
<html>
<head>
<title></Title>
</head>
<map name="wonders">
<area shape="rect" coords="145,144,192,150" href="" alt="">
<area shape="rect" coords="750,200,830,215" href="" alt="">
<area shape="rect" coords="570,180,630,190" href="" alt="">
<area shape="rect" coords="360,570,410,580" href="" alt="">
<area shape="rect" coords="215,500,260,510" href="" alt="">
</map>
<body>
<center>
<h3></h3>
<img src="Images/wonders.gif" alt="Seven Wonders of the World" usemap="#wonders">
</center>
</Body>
</html>
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;) Just a little bit of advice here....

You should check out W3Schools, they can teach/help you with all different types of coding.

I hope this helps. (with some things) :tazz:
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thank you guys.

Have a ncie day!
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Yeah

I guess it would have been easier. W3 schools is a amazing source of all your html and javascript needs. google it

David
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