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    Ok so im doing a site in dreamweaver, and i have an image that is mapped with links.

    Now the problem i have is that when you rollover the image the active parts give the link icon, it works great but. You dont know where your going when you click the link..

    Is there a way to solve this by maybe having the name of the page its linked to popup on the cursor?

    Is there a tutorial, i have searched but i dont know what its called so im finding it hard to find anything.

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    alt tag?
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    • #3
      Thats what i dont but it dosent seem to work.....

      Can you look at this peice of code. Its the map code with the alt in it.

      HTML Code:
      <area shape="poly" coords="67,35,68,24,79,20,84,31,84,39,82,51,91,54,94,63,94,71,93,85,93,104,95,112,100,130,106,137,108,138,107,148,108,160,106,174,104,176,96,176,94,169,92,165,87,168,81,172,81,176,73,176,69,160,66,159,63,147,64,135,70,116,77,100,77,84,75,73,72,73,65,61,68,45,67,36" href="think.html" alt="ThinkThur" />

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      • #4
        Ok the code is fine, ita a firefox problem. Anyoone know what my browser is blocking this??????

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        • #5
          Ok so after many hours of trying to figure this, i googled ALT tags and mozilla, guess hat mozilla dosent like alt tags, but there is a fix. Change the code from Alt, to title and it works in all browsers.

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