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Looking for info on how to make an image map?

See our tutorial How to Make an Image Map
SHAPE=CIRCLE indicates that the area is a circle. For a circle the first two numbers in COORDS indicates the coordinates of the center of the circle. The third number indicates the radius of the circle.

For example, suppose the center of the circle is located at 251,143 and it has a radius of 47:

test map circle

   HREF="products.html" ALT="Products" TITLE="Products"
   SHAPE=CIRCLE COORDS="251,143,  47">

which gives us the circle in this map:

Contacts Products New! map of GH site

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