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clickable image

An image that is used as a link. See hypergraphic.
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For example, on September 27, 2011, a clickable image was published with the caption "Here is the typhoon coming in over the Philippines." A one-minute video was linked to this entry but only came on after a 15-second commercial for heat pumps.
As this study details, clickable images in a real-time frame, linked to Web TV clips or slideshows, have emerged as one of the cultural techniques--I use this term in a similar sense as the German concept of Kulturtechniken (see Winthrop-Young, Iurascu, & Parikka, 2013), which aims to bridge the gap between, on the one hand, infrastructures and tools, and, on the other, immaterial devices and routines--that draw these different natures together.
In addition, several types of questions, including sorting, clickable image, and interactive Math App, are now much easier to create.
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.
In making that, he did things no one else had yet done: he created the clickable image Web link; he took video clips around campus and put together a virtual tour online; and he put a multimedia dinosaur exhibit at HCC online.
When Hughes wrote the code for the clickable image, he posted it to a mailing list about the Web called www-talk.
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.
They were to be in charge of designing the images and icons for the home pages, as well as creating clickable image maps from these graphics.
Using clickable images, a cast of characters and simple text, it addresses the law, changes, feelings, tools for coping, and the question of why.
Click on "Hall" under "Performance Spaces" and this presents you with several clickable images of the lower Guildhall, now used as the library of the grammar school.
The program opens to a screen featuring the title, Five Windows into Africa, with clickable images that link to the five "windows" to which the title refers.