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clickable image

An image that is used as a link. See hypergraphic.
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For example, when someone searches for an address, instead of providing a list of links to pages on various mapping sites, such as for AOL's MapQuest, Google surfaces a clickable image of the map itself from its own mapping service.
The CD contains self-assessments and step-by-step video clips of certified athletic training instructors performing techniques for palpations, range of motion, manual muscle tests, and special tests, as well as a comprehensive test of interactive multiple-choice questions with image labeling, clickable image identification, and critical thinking case study questions.
This provided a clickable image search capability, that is more efficient than every other image search.
Goldmail's new offering affords users the option to send multimedia emails through three delivery options: through their Constant Contact account where they can also add a clickable image to any of Constant Contact's over 400 email templates, through their own email account with a picture link, or they can embed it anywhere on the web.
AOA's underlying technology takes a user's keywords and dynamically generates a clickable image that identifies anatomical structures and allows users to explore the relationships of organs and organ systems.
It features drag and drop editing, graphical frames, tables and forms editors, and also MetalWorks, a powerful graphics utility to create buttons, transparent GIFs and clickable image maps.
Advanced HTML features, including clickable image maps, fill-in forms, text/check boxes and pop-up menus, are all supported in the Adobe PageMill program with WYSIWYG ease and accuracy.
Authors can create complete lessons, multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank or clickable image questions, and more to implement their training programs.
as well as additional functionality such as adding database publishing, searching, forms, clickable image maps and conferencing to a Web site and converting database images to GIF or JPEG.
At no extra charge, WebCom customers can take advantage of many value-added services, including: bulk distribution and auto responders for e-mail, and, for their Web site, full-text searches; custom fill-out forms for taking orders, surveys, and other applications; password-protected Web pages; clickable image maps; and site activity reports, among others.
InterServer Publisher allows users to create Web sites with leading- edge features, such as interactive forms, comment boards, database access, clickable image maps, and restricted user access.
With 4D and Foresight Tech NetLink/4D, users can add database publishing, searching, forms, clickable image maps and conferencing to a Web site.