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replacing image map links with css

Sent by joel@rent-heritage on 30 August 2005 22:10


A friend has an image map that has certain hot spots that when pointed 
to, display some text and link to another page.  This is done with 
javascript and sliced images.

I was thinking this can be done with a background image and some links 
which are positioned relative to the container.  He wants it to be a 
sort of 'mystery-meat' navigation.  You need to discover where the 
hotspots are.  So they need to be invisible until you mouse over.

Can I get some ideas on the best way to do this?

Here is the original site:

http://acastronovo.com/

Joel Goldstick
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