Image map

An image containing one or more invisible regions, called hotspots, which are assigned hyperlinks.

Typically, an image map gives users visual cues about the information made available by clicking on each part of the image.

For example, a geographical map could be made into an image map by assigning hotspots to each region of interest on the map.
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