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??? on how to link to a specific part of an image - Macromedia Fireworks

Hello, The easiest way to do it is to define the anchor namee in Dreamweaver. So ...in Fireworks, include the achor name in your link. For example, if you want to link the hotspot to a file called Sample.htm, and specifically at the bottom part of that page, the link should look something like this Sample.htm#bottom. "bottom" is the name you will give your achor in Dreamweaver. you can insert the anchors in Dreamweaver by using the Invisible category of the Object (Insert in DWMX) panel. When you select to insert an anchor you'll get a dialog box that allows ...

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    Default Re: ??? on how to link to a specific part of an image

    Hello,

    The easiest way to do it is to define the anchor namee in Dreamweaver. So
    ...in Fireworks, include the achor name in your link. For example, if you
    want to link the hotspot to a file called Sample.htm, and specifically at
    the bottom part of that page, the link should look something like this
    Sample.htm#bottom.
    "bottom" is the name you will give your achor in Dreamweaver.

    you can insert the anchors in Dreamweaver by using the Invisible category of
    the Object
    (Insert in DWMX) panel. When you select to insert an anchor you'll get a
    dialog box that allows you to name the anchor.

    Here is an issue that you might avoid in suing named anchors.
    <[url]http://www.macromedia.com/support/dreamweaver/ts/doents/anchors_fail_net[/url]
    scape.htm>

    I hope this helps.

    Anthony F. Dugenia
    Technical Support Specialist
    Macromedia Technical Support
    To search for TechNotes and other issues use;
    [url]http://www.macromedia.com/support/search/[/url]





    "rangerstud620" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
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    > I have a PDF that I converted into a .png. The PNG file consists of
    several images and some text. I would like to set it up so that when I
    click certain text on the page, it links to one of the images on that same
    page. I'm familiar with Hotspots but I'm not sure how to link to something
    on the same page. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
    >
    >

    Anthony MMTS Guest

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    Thanks for the reply! However, I tried doing what you said and I have the same problem that I had with another method I tried...when I click the link, instead of going to the anchor that I want, it just goes to the top of the page. Any ideas on what I did wrong? Thanks!!!



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    Default Re: ??? on how to link to a specific part of an image

    Hello,

    Assuming you have done asigning the acnchor name in the link for your
    pop-ups, got ot Dreamweaver and follow the steps below.

    1.Go to the page where you want your anchor to be linked.
    2.In that page, place the insertion cursor on the area of the page you want
    your link to direct first. (Ex. Top, middle, or bottom part of the page)

    3. Click Insert > Invisible Tags > Named Anchor

    4.The Insert Named Anchor window will then appear and you have to enter an
    anchor name. Then click OK.

    Note: Anchor names cannot contain spaces and are case sensitive.

    5.You will then see a yellow element with an anchor in it indicating your
    named anchor.

    6.Go back to the page where your link is (the page with Fireworks
    Navigations).

    7. Go to the Property Inspector panel and in the link text box, check if it
    has #"Anchor Name." So your link should look something like this
    "page.htm#namedanchor." Where namedanchor is the name of the anchor you
    made.

    8.Then preview the page in browser.

    If you can also give us a URL so we can check it out ourselves, it might be
    of help.

    I hope this helps.

    Anthony F. Dugenia
    Technical Support Specialist
    Macromedia Technical Support
    To search for TechNotes and other issues use;
    [url]http://www.macromedia.com/support/search/[/url]







    "rangerstud620" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:bfi488$751$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > Thanks for the reply! However, I tried doing what you said and I have the
    same problem that I had with another method I tried...when I click the link,
    instead of going to the anchor that I want, it just goes to the top of the
    page. Any ideas on what I did wrong? Thanks!!!
    >
    >

    Anthony MMTS Guest

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    Thanks, it works now!! One more question, when the user clicks a hotspot, is it possible to zoom to a desired spot on the image. The reason I ask is because I've got a Yellow page out of a phone book and I'm trying to set it up so that when the name of the business is clicked, it zooms in on the ad for that business. The business name and ad are going to be on the same page. So far I haven't been able to link the ad and name correctly. Any ideas on how to get this accomplished? Thanks again!!!


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    When you mentioned swapping images, it gave me an idea. I created a layer in DWMX that contains an enlarged image of a particular ad. I then used onMouseOver to display the layer when the user rolls over the business's name. Hopefully my problem is solved. Thanks for all the help Anthony!!!



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