Peter Snow Cao wrote:
> Els wrote:
>> No, you have to add the link code <a href="... > to the HTML.
> So I do have to take the image out of the CSS and put it in
> HTML on each web page, or is the a way to map the area where
> the image will be with a link?
Ah, didn't get you the first time. You can have an invisible gif
in the <a> element, or even just a if you set the <a>
element to display:block;. Just position this link with
position:absolute; over the background image that's there. That
way it won't mess up any of the rest of page layout.
I'd choose a gif over an though, so you can make use of
the alt text for people who surf without images, such as Lynx or
screenreader users. They wouldn't be able to 'see' the link if it
were just a blown up .
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