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litew8:-
Scratch those last comment/question. I looked around your site a little more and found something else that I'll be able to use - which will actually be more accomodating (Image map for detailed information) towards the grand scheme of things! Thanks again Stu for the great content!
(25.03.2007, 04:09)

JF:-
Map #1 and 2 fails completely with Safari. Does someone has a solution? Thanks
(03.04.2007, 15:27)

Stu:-
JF, try them now and let me know if they work.
(03.04.2007, 20:16)

Peter:-
Excellent website, Stu!

I'm really excited about using your map #2 example . The only additional feature I would love to implement is a fade effect that gradually changes the opacity of the whole image except for the hotspot when you mouseover it, and the the map opacity gradually returns to normal state on mouseout. Any suggestions?

I've tried combining image map js scripts with fade scripts but have had no luck at all. Any suggestions? It's more eye candy than anything else, but when working properly, it would be very impressive.
(23.05.2007, 17:16)

Buddahgfx:-
I have the same problem with Safari and image mapping. big minus for Safari that's for sure.
(22.10.2007, 14:26)

Myname:-
Good job, it looks great.
As an improvment, wouldn't it be possible for #Map 2 to define areas just around characters (using a set of coordinates like the MAP/area/coords in HTML) for the mouseover to occur only is these zones: this would be a more accurate method as for now characters can be highlighted even when mouse is not over them
(27.04.2008, 13:34)

Terry Henderson:-
HI Stu,
Great site. Must be fun to have time to fiddle with this...
I was looking at your css image maps. I am looking at trying to put image maps like this on the panorama gallery you made. Just wondering it you had done this or is there issues with the image scrolling.
I have learned alot from your site. css is great and I have just touched the surface of what it can do. Because of your work I am much further than I'd be on my own. trying to stay away from javascript unless its the only way.
Thanks Man,
(27.09.2008, 02:22)

Terry Henderson:-
Duh, didnt go far enough, Question answered long time ago.
Sorry
(27.09.2008, 23:06)

Alexandre:-
Hi Stu! Excelent Site!
Is there any way to do this using non-rectangular shapes?? I was wondering if its possible to make this with an Atlas map, and the links will working accordding to Country Shapes...
plz someone email-me if knows how to =]
alexandfb@gmail.com (pls post IMAGE MAP as subject ) =] Thanks!!
(23.10.2009, 16:54)

Denise:-
Trying to find the source code for either map 1 or 2. Came into this from a forum link, and I can only see the demos. These would be perfect for something I'm trying to accomplish.
(22.07.2012, 23:52)

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