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What's a Clickable Map?

Many sites on the Internet present the user with a nice graphic or artwork which doubles as a Menu. Certain areas on that graphic are "hot-spotted", meaning that when you click on it, it will take you to another place. This is known as a "Clickable Map".

Clickable maps are a relatively easy way to make your site a much friendlier place. The down side is the size of the graphic. If many of your clients access your site via slow speed modems, you may want to use simple and small graphics or avoid clickable maps all together.

Clickable maps are easiest to set up for Intermediate level Web Weavers. If you consider yourself at the Intermediate level and would like the details on how to hook up clickable maps to your site, click here.



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