Monday, December 4, 2017


I recently needed to overlay a bunch of links on top of an image. This is done one of two ways, CSS being the more modern way. Essentially, you create a div with a bunch of elements inside it, which elements are all positioned absolutely.

<div style="position:relative; height:786px; width:537px; background:url(myimage.png) 0 0 no-repeat;">
     <a style="position:absolute; top:393px; left:147px; width:87px; height:69px;" title="asdf" alt="asdf" href="asdf" target="_self"></a>

Instead of mapping out all the positions manually, there's a really neat tool that will let you do it right on top of your own image and then generate both the HTML map code as well as the more simple CSS code to render it on a webpage.

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