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How Do I Put Links On An Image??

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by James12513, Nov 27, 2006.

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    I'm really stuck guys on this lol Please help :confused:
    SEMrush
    How do I make a navigation banner with all links on it?

    Lets say I have made the this navigation banner.
    How on earth do I put links on it so when I click on each button it takes me to: News, Forums, IRC etc... :p


    [​IMG]
     
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    Cheap SEO Services <------DoFollow Backlinks

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    Are the news, forums, irc things separate icons or part of the banner?
     
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    part of the banner. its just an example lol
     
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    James12513 Well-Known Member

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    themaster I think thats what I needed lol thank you :)

    Its complicated lol
     
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    I'd use your image editing software to slice your image up into seperate images. Slice off the bottom part of the image where all the buttons are, then divide it up into each individual button...if you can't figure it out, PM me...I can do it for you. :)

    ~Adam
     
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    You can do it at photshop too, it is very easy at ps.

     
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    Download GeoHTML. It's a free, though old, image mapper.
     
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    thank you everyone, your so kind :)
     
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    mapping of the image is BAD in terms of SEO and in terms of compatibility with different brawsers and also in terms of size of your page in kb's.

    what i would do is cut the image to 2 half, upper and lower. the lower part would be the "buttons line"

    then cut the button line into actual buttons

    make a table with 2 raws and many columns (as many as your buttons are)

    place the top image (the logo one) in the top row (after merging the cells of course)

    put each button in a separate cell in the bottom row and add the links to those buttons

    make sure you put cellspace=0, cellpad=0, border=0 to your table
    also , border=0 to your buttons

    this is the best solution i know so far ..
     
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    You can also design it using css so that you don't have to use an image map...

    Css code is cleaner than image maps, although for a counterstrike or whatever site it really doesn't matter and stats approach works fine.

    Just giving you some more options.
     
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