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Encloses client-side image-map ( usemap ) spe-
class , dir , id , lang , name , onClick , onDblClick ,
onKeyDown , onKeyPress , onKeyUp , onMouseDown ,
onMouseMove , onMouseOut , onMouseOver ,
onMouseUp , style , title
</map> ; never omitted
End tag
Used in
More specifically, the <map> tag may contain either a sequence of <area>
tags or conventional HTML/XHTML content including <a> tags. You cannot
mix and match <area> tags with conventional content. Browsers may dis-
play conventional content within the <map> tag; <area> tag contents will
not. If you are concerned about compatibility with older browsers, use
only <map> tags containing <area> tags.
If you do place <a> tags within a <map> tag, they must include the shape
and coords attributes that define a region within the objects that referen-
ce the <map> tag.
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