Example for Checkpoint
9.1, continued.

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Another method of creating a client side image map uses the <OBJECT>, <MAP> and <A> elements (although this method is not widely supported yet):

Navigate the site.
[ Section A | Section B | Section C | Section D ]

This code should expose the standard links if the user's browser does not support OBJECT or has turned off the loading of images:

<OBJECT data="imgmap4.gif" type="image/gif"


<MAP name="map1">

<P>Navigate the site. </P>

<A href="a.htm" shape="rect"

coords="0,0,39,39">[Section A]</A>

<A href="b.htm" shape="rect"

coords="40,0,79,39">[Section B]</A>

<A href="c.htm" shape="rect"

coords="80,0,120,39">[Section C]</A>

<A href="d.htm" shape="rect"

coords="121,0,160,39">[Section D]</A>



See Checkpoint 1.2 for an example using a server side image map
and Checkpoint 1.5 for an example with a client side image map.

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