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Adobe Photoshop CS Classroom in a Book by Adobe Creative Team

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Chapter 15. Creating Links within an Image

Creating Links within an Image

This lesson deals with basic slices and image maps—features that you can use to create multiple hypertext links within a single graphic. Users can click one part of your sliced or image-mapped graphic on a Web page to open one site and click another area to open a different site.

There are two techniques you can use to create linked subdivisions of an image that users click to open different sites in a Web browser. One method is to define slices, which are rectangular subdivisions of the image in Adobe Photoshop or Adobe ImageReady. The other is to create image maps, which are not necessarily rectangular. ...

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