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    Image files are larger than text files, so why would anyone want to use an image map?

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    An image-map is an image whose different parts link to different locations. There are two kinds of image-maps, client-side maps and server-side maps. Client-side image maps are supported by all modern browsers. Since the usage of old browsers, that did not support client-side image maps is negligible, there is no longer a need for server-side maps. Also, creating server-side image-maps requires a decent working knowledge of server-side programming. Client-side maps, on the other hand, can be made using simple HTML tags.

    <b>Advantages of using image map</b>

    · Image provides an attractive visual guide to visitors of your site
    · It provides visual feedback: as the mouse is rolled over the ...

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    Image files and maps are discussed.