Windows Mobile: Another Imagemap Navigation Experiment


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Would you use it?

You can try: this one is live. Click it and see!

Sorry the screen is too narrow. I’ll try to fix it!


Comments (3)

  1. William Luu says:

    Hi John, the introduction link sends me to http://www.tuaw.com (your linked URL for that image mapped area is: http://www.tuaw.com/http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb158532.aspx).

    Also, without breaking the layout you could set the parent element of the image to width 100% and overflow to auto (or even scroll). That should give you a scrollbar to scroll the rest of the image.

    Either that, or try to just apply "position: relative" to css "post" class and see how that goes.

  2. MSDN Archive says:

    Thanks WIlliam. I’m not having much luck tweaking it. I’ll keep trying.

    I did fix the link through. Guess which site I was visiting just before creating the imagemap? 🙂

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