In order to make a Clickable Image available in an HTML document, you need to include an anchor similar to this one:
<A HREF="imagemap-file"> <IMG SRC="image-file" ISMAP ALT=""></A>
Replacing imagemap-file with the name of your configuration file, and image-file with name of the image file. Note that the ISMAP reference in the IMG tag is required.
In order for this to work correctly, the configuration-file specification must
have a file type of
.map. For example: objects.map.
Assuming, of course, that
OBJECTS.GIF and the document containing
this anchor are located in the same directory. Otherwise, you would have to use
the full path name when specifying the image source URL.
Remember: You should always specify absolute URL specifications in the
configuration file which has the following format for the departmental Personal Web Pages
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Revised: Friday, 23 July 1999 by EIE WebMistress