Mark’s latest accessibility tip concerns client-side image maps. He says, “I was surprised to find how many high-profile weblogs use client-side image maps. ” I’m surprised that there are any at all — I thought that they’d died out a while back. He does go on to exhort people to not use server-side image maps, and I’m sure that there can’t be many of those — they date back to the early days, when some browsers didn’t support client-side maps. Nonetheless, a useful tip. ——-
Accessibility for client-side image maps
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