RE: Few questions about website d..

Sony / Vgn-cr31s
March 31, 2009 at 11:13:05
Specs: Windows XP Pro, NA
Just a follow up on my recent post (

I have set the page up now so that it will fill the browser window, but now I am struggling again. I cannot get the image map for the links to stay in the correct place when the window is maximised. I am really pulling my hair out over this! Does anyone know a way of making the links on the picture stay with that certain piece of the picture?
Im rubbish at explaining, so bassicly, when the window is reduced, the links are perfectly over the text in the image. But when the window is maximised, the links move away from the text where they are supposed to be.
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April 1, 2009 at 21:30:35
Hi, are you seeking a client-side solution by using PHP coding or server-side solution using JavaScript code?

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April 4, 2009 at 09:17:41
Im not to sure what you mean, but im guessing php

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April 9, 2009 at 16:58:49
Hi, disregard the prior inquiry...upon closer inspection of your source code, currently it appears that you are using one large background image, 'Home Page Idear One.jpg' and specifying maps for the hyperlinks. Therefore your hyperlinks are in essence, hard-coded, with mapping coordinates that are relative to (0,0), which is the top-left corner of the web page.

Is one of the issues with your navigation menu? If so, have you tried creating navigation buttons or links to each of your image and/or navigation menu choices? To create navigation menu buttons, you will need to make each navigation element it's own image that is separate from the background image.

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