I needed an image map. I'm no coder, so I went looking for a map and code that I could run, change and run it again to see what changed and if I had to change it back. I built a map that seems to be working, except for an small black square icon in the upper left corner. Before I removed the "img scr" line, there was a red "X" in the box. Now, it's just the box itself. I thought that whenever you saw a box like that, it meant the image couldn't be found. But, my entire image is there. When I preview the page in IE and Firefox, the map works and all of my links are where they're supposed to be, but the box won't go away. What is it? Should it go away or will something happen when I publish the site that will make the image nonfunctional? Will it be there when the site goes live?
Here is the code - http://pastebin.com/jcFJ433u
posted by CollectiveMind
on Aug 13, 2013 -
Is it acceptable for a website to reproduce around 20 images on their front page, approximately 150k each, from our website while keeping them hosted on our server? I've never really understood the etiquette or protocol in this situation, but our bandwidth suddenly doubled and it obviously wasn't hard to find out who the culprit was. There seems little point in linking to the sites in question, but what have others done in this situation? Thanks in advance.
posted by jonathanbell
on Jan 5, 2009 -
How do sites choose their security pictures? I'm talking about the images that some sites (like banks' websites) use so that you know you are logging into to the real site and not some spoof site (at least I think that's what they're for). [more inside]
posted by bluefly
on Jun 25, 2008 -
A couple of years ago I bought two bizarre T-shirts from an obscure, Japanese website. See them here.
Does anyone know where I can find this site again? [more inside]
posted by bollockovnikov
on Jan 20, 2007 -