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How to select area within an image for image maping?

  • # February 22, 2013 at 12:46 pm

    i want to know how the co-ordintes will take for selecting a particular area within the image . for eg. if we want give different links for a single image, for this purpose we want select area . for this first we want identify co-ordinates . how Co-ordinates will identify ? explain detail?

    # February 22, 2013 at 2:20 pm

    Basically the co-ordinates start (AFAIK) from the top left at 0,0 and end at the bottom left at the size of the image.

    So if your image is 100×200 the co-ordinates start at 0,0 and end at 100,200.

    You are limited to three shapes rectangles / circles and polygons.

    I would say that image maps are considered an old practise…often better options are available.

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