Imagemaps are one of the best ways to add multiple links. Coordinates are pixel-values seperated with a comma and have an alignment from the left upper corner of the image.
On the contrary to an -tag, it allows to set several links into only one image.
It is possible to create client-side image maps by hand using a text editor, but doing so requires web designers to know how to code HTML as well as how to enumerate the coordinates of the areas they wish to place over the image.
As a result, most image maps coded by hand are simple polygons.
Because creating image maps in a text editor requires much time and effort, many applications have been designed to allow web designers to create image maps quickly and easily, much as they would create shapes in a vector graphics editor.
Examples of these applications are Adobe's Dreamweaver or KImage Map Editor (for KDE), and the imagemap plugin found in GIMP.
This free image-mapping tool let you create the coordinates directly by clicking into the image - no programming knowledge required. It's also important to link the using usemap-attribute within the image.
The clickable area can be rectangles shape="rect", polygons shape="poly" or circles shape="circle". Every pair have a X and a Y value (from left/top of an image) separated with a comma. These value of the attribute must be the map's name-attribute.The result is a single monthly payment instead of multiple payments.Be sure to compare your current monthly payments to what monthly payments would be if you consolidated your loans.Once your loans are combined into a Direct Consolidation Loan, they cannot be removed.The loans that were consolidated are paid off and no longer exist.This allows the server to make pixel-by-pixel decisions about what content to return in response (possible methods are to use image mask layers, database queries, or configuration files on the server).