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image map

(World-Wide Web)
An image in an HTML document with "hot spots" which when clicked on in a suitable browser, act as anchors or links to other information. For example, an image of a map of the world might provide links to resources related to different countries. Clicking on a country would take the user to the relevant information.

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Image maps are specific representations in web design that list points or areas on a picture.
For the first time customers can now instantly identify, move, and manage their chemical inventories on image maps of their facilities.
On aerial/satellite image maps, the owner name or APNs are included on parcels as small as .
Using the same image as a running example, lessons reflect Versace's "tao of dynamic workflow" and "perfect practice" philosophy in using image maps, classic studio lighting, and image harvesting.
With a team of highly skilled cartographers and designers, combined with award-winning print quality and mapping capabilities, Explorer has published numerous mapping products including mini maps, city maps, image maps, road maps, country atlases and off-road maps.
Every PDF file should be accompanied by a text version of the information and image maps should also have a text alternative.
The SyncroScan high-speed focus and stage control system automates sample scanning with many leading optical microscopes to rapidly provide accurate image maps.
Features include an expanded range of uses for variables, additional alarm functions, support for sounds and the creation of image maps, built in support for "one-click" bar code scanning using Socket Communications' In-Hand Scan Cards, and the ability to send SMS messages directly from within a database application.
Department of Agriculture's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) has released satellite image maps of crop areas in eight states.
has formed an agreement with VARGIS, a distributor for off-the-shelf, high-resolution aerial image maps to the ImageNetwork.
Beginners can start to compile an e-book immediately, then move onto more advanced features, such as frames, pop-up windows, mouse-over sensible images, visual linking and image maps.
The most common accessibility problems identified in home pages of COEs were (a) not providing alternative text for all images and hot-spots, (b) client-side image maps with links not presented elsewhere on the page, and (c) insufficient information to determine language of text used in presenting information.

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