Silverlight - Creating Image Map with Hotspots
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Published: 19 Jan 2010
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Abstract
Recently, I was working on a Silverlight application and one of the pages contained a graphic. One of the requirements was that the graphic should contain clickable regions (Hotspots) and display a dynamic navigation menu when clicked on. An image that contains one or more Hotspots or clickable areas is called an image map. I have put together a simple tutorial on how to get this done.
by Bryian Tan
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Introduction

Recently I was working on a Silverlight application and one of the pages contains a graphic. One of the requirements is that the graphic should contain clickable regions (Hotspots) and display a dynamic navigation menu when the end users click on it. An image that contains one or more Hotspots or clickable area is called an image map. I have put together a simple tutorial on how to get this done.

Getting Started

Image map can be created by using Microsoft Expression Design or Expression Blend.

1.    If you do not have Microsoft Expression Design, you can download a trial version from here.

2.    If you do not have Microsoft Expression Blend, you can download a trial version from here.


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