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Map links on images

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Hi, thank you for this great slider! Is it possible to map multiple links on images? I tried but it doesn't work.
I need to add different links on each images. Thank you in advance.
Pierre
Pierre  7 years ago   viewed: 15092    

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Thanks Milo,
I know I can <a> link the images but what I want to do is a "Map" on images with multiple links. With map links you can draw your links (sqares or circles" It's a <img src> attribute.
More info about image map (url) here:
http://www.javascriptkit.com/howto/imagemap.shtml

Thanks!
Pierre   7 years ago
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Sorry I misunderstood the question.
The short answer is "no".
As the slide images will be transformed to serve as background images, it will not support the image map.
Milo   7 years ago
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Surely you can. Just wrap each slide image with the link tag <a href="(urls)"> <img src="..." /> </a> that has different URLs. 
Milo   7 years ago
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Thanks Milo,
I know I can <a> link the images but what I want to do is a "Map" on images with multiple links. With map links you can draw your links (sqares or circles" It's a <img src> attribute.
More info about image map (url) here:
http://www.javascriptkit.com/howto/imagemap.shtml

Thanks!
Pierre   7 years ago
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Image map is not working. if there any other way let us know that would help us lot more. Thank in advance.
pogo
  6 years ago
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JavaScript Image slider will not support image area map.

But MenuCool jQuery Slider will support the image area map as it allows any HTML content as the slide.
milo   6 years ago
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I've started using the Menucool Javascript Image Slider v2014.1.4.  I need image maps as indicated in these posts.  I do see here the MenuCool jquery Slider supports it.  However, that is now decommissioned.  Does the Javascript Image Slider support it now?
Dave Martin   6 years ago
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The jQuery Slider has two versions(jQuery version, decommissioned, and the pure js version). The two versions are the same in functionality. So you can use its pure javascript version(it is actually the thumbnail slider).

Don't use Js Image Slider as it still does not support image maps(as what you see is actually many animated DIVs with the same background image, they are not images or image maps).
Milo   6 years ago
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So I need the legacy Thumbnail Slider that costs $20?
Dave Martin   6 years ago

   

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