An image-map, with clickable areas:
The <area> tag is supported in all major browsers.
The <area> tag defines an area inside an image-map (an image-map is an image with clickable areas).
The <area> element is always nested inside a <map> tag.
HTML5 has some new attributes, and some HTML 4.01 attributes are no longer supported.
In HTML the <area> tag has no end tag.
In XHTML the <area> tag must be properly closed.
New : New in HTML5.
|alt||text||Specifies an alternate text for the area. Required if the href attribute is present|
|coords||coordinates||Specifies the coordinates of the area|
|href||URL||Specifies the hyperlink target for the area|
|hreflangNew||language_code||Specifies the language of the target URL|
|mediaNew||media query||Specifies what media/device the target URL is optimized for|
|nohref||value||Not supported in HTML5. Specifies that an area has no associated link|
|Specifies the relationship between the current document and the target URL|
|Specifies the shape of the area|
|Specifies where to open the target URL|
|typeNew||MIME_type||Specifies the MIME type of the target URL|
The <area> tag also supports the Global Attributes in HTML.
The <area> tag also supports the Event Attributes in HTML.
HTML DOM reference: Area object
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