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    Links on images

    Looking for help, www.multitask.co/www/index-1.html

    The images have been created but I want to put links onto the social media icons and email icon on image 5.

    In fireworks I have created hotspots which work okay until I upload them onto the server.

    Wondered if this is not possible, or am I doing something wrong?

    Thanks in Advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chivs View Post
    Looking for help, www.multitask.co/www/index-1.html

    The images have been created but I want to put links onto the social media icons and email icon on image 5.

    In fireworks I have created hotspots which work okay until I upload them onto the server.

    Wondered if this is not possible, or am I doing something wrong?

    Thanks in Advance
    hmm, I don't know how to help you.

    I know what's wrong with your site and why it's not working, but I'm not sure what's the easiest way I could tell you to fix it.

    There is no HTML code for any links on your webpage. HTML is what is used to 'mark-up' a website, basically the code that ties together all of the text, graphics, links, media, etc. and gives it all a structure.

    In looking at the HTML that Fireworks generated, there are no links. In fact, all of your graphics were marked up as whole, large images: example.

    It could be that you're right and you did something wrong in Fireworks. Maybe look back over some Fireworks tutorials about adding 'hyperlinks'.

    Sorry I couldn't help more. I'm not familiar with Fireworks. If all else fails, maybe you could outsource the coding of your graphics to a web designer. It shouldn't take him or her long to do at all. That's a day's work.
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    Yeah. I thought maybe you were thinking of "image map" but I don't know if it could be easily done for "pages" that are more like a series of screen captures with the target spots in different view-port locations.

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    yes, you are able to do so by using position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cartoonbabyboy View Post
    you are able to do so by using position.
    So then can you tell us on which element which position has to be given?


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