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How to use an image with hotspots as the logo


 
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Old Apr 15, 2014, 01:09 PM
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11 posts · Apr 2014
Toronto, Canada
How to use an image with hotspots as the logo

We are a university department and the logo image has (1) our department name, and (2) the name of the university. I would like a click on (1) to go, as it does now, to our department home page; a click on (2) should go to the home page of the university.

I am familiar with creating image maps, but am at a loss as to how to incorporate the HTML data, since the 'Style & Edit HEADER AREA' (Atahualpa 3.4.9) simply asks for the name of the image file under 'Show Logo Image?'.

(Due to issues too boring to go into here, I am, unfortunately, not in a position to update the theme to the most recent version.)

Is there any way to include hotspot information for the logo image?
 

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