> Can someone send me a HTML template showing how to
> position a GIF image anywhere on the page.
> Imagine a web page with four squares in the
> various corners of the screen --- that's what I am
I'd like to see this as well. I think that the next 'version' of html
allows more freedom in positioning/formatting items like this. For the
time being, try formatting the pictures like this:
using the "preformatted" tag (<pre></pre>)...
<pre><img src = "image.gif"> (several spaces, enough to move the pix apart)
<img src = "image.gif"></pre>
I am not sure right off if this'll work. If you find a page where they've
done such a thing, save the document source file, and copy their style.
> Another example with images which have hot spots
> WITHIN THEM. Is this done with separate image
> files (nested) or with a single image with
> coordinates separating regions?
> Thanks, Chris Rigatuso
This is done with what's called image maps. I don't know if AotN has the
"stuff" neccesary to put this in use. It's another thing I'd like to know
more about myself.
Those in the know post relevant URLs?