You should use a graphic browser, such as NetScape or Mosaic , to gain the full benefit of this lesson. If you are using a non-graphic browser, such as LYNX, you can still read about clickable images (see below for details).
HTML can produce Clickable Images, also known as Active Images or Sensitive Images, which allow the user to click on an image and have links activated based on the location of the pointer in the image.
If you are using a graphic browser, click on one of the objects below:
If you don't see an image containing a red square, a blue circle, and a green triangle, you are using a non-graphic browser. In that case, do you wish to read about clickable images anyway?
Revised: Friday, 23 July 1999 by EIE WebMistress