By: Steven Seiller on Monday, March 31, 2008
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then an image map can be worth a thousand text links. With a client-side image map, you can provide the visitor a graphical set of links to follow. Relying less on reading and more on visual cues, image maps are ideally suited to images which provide geographic or process-oriented information.
In this tutorial, we will show the process of creating an image map in Illustrator using its built-in function. Illustrator is an ideal tool for creating image maps regions which are directly correlated to specific vector objects.
The Creating Image Map Series:
Image Maps: Creating a Client-side Image Map with Illustrator
Image Maps: Creating a Client-side Image Map with Dreamweaver
Image Maps: Creating a Client-side Image Map with Fireworks and Dreamweaver
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