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  1. #1
    juallhuce's Avatar
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    Feb 2010

    Help with that pesky top image.

    So, I am an idiot for the most part. That's why I am here. I'm trying to set up like an image map on my top banner on our bands Myspace. I found a website to actually set the image map up. My problem is "joining" the two codes. I have no clue how to do that. I have a very limited knowledge of CSS and the stuff I've done to date has been more luck than anything. I just can't get by this one.

    Here is the link to my image.


    Here is the old code I used when I had just a normal image for my top banner, with no links.

    {!- make room at bottom of div.profileWidth -!}
    div.profileWidth table {margin-bottom:342px !important; width:830px !important;}
    {! apply banner as bkgd image !}
    div.profileWidth{background-image:url(http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g243/juallhuce/header1.jpg)!important; background-position:center bottom !important; background-repeat:no-repeat !important;}
    {!- reverse -!}
    table.rail, .i, .i i.x {display:none;}

    And finally, here is the code for my image map. I'm aware that I haven't filled out the links here. Just wanted to see if this could be done before I went through all that.

    <div id="imgmapdiv">
    <map name="imgmap">
    <area shape="poly" coords="25,582,150,587,154,647,11,653" href="#" alt="1">
    <area shape="poly" coords="327,578,335,649,186,652,184,576" href="#" alt="2">
    <area shape="poly" coords="576,577,584,647,366,653,359,591" href="#" alt="3">
    <area shape="poly" coords="796,576,798,647,610,653" href="#" alt="4">

    <img src="http://i738.photobucket.com/albums/xx23/socialrecall/SOCIALRECALLHEADER.jpg" alt="Move mouse over image" usemap="#imgmap">

    Thanks for any help you can give. I am very near my wits end. I feel pretty confident that there is no way around this.

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    codybear's Avatar
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    Re: Help with that pesky top image.

    Yes it can be done.
    Is div overlays easy with myspace, no.
    They like to screw everything up quite a bit with denying certain code tags, and all kinds of things.
    Plus, alot of the times it's not going to show up the same when you visit it on a different browser.

    I'm not on much anymore,
    so please be patient myspace coders!