CoffeeCup Image Mapper

CoffeeCup Image Mapper

CoffeeCup Image Mapper lets you attach parts of an image to different links
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CoffeeCup Image Mapper is powerful yet easy to use application with mouseover HTML capability that allows you to attach parts of an image to different links. This incredible program enables you to map any noninterlaced GIF, interlaced GIF, standard JPEG, and progressive JPEG, PNG as well as the first frame of an animated GIF. Moreover, the program supports mouseover pop-up tags, frame targeting, image previewing, and link and mouseover memory. What is more, CoffeeCup Image Mapper features a very simple and intuitive user interface which does not need any technical knowledge to be operated and makes this task a breeze. Its wizard guides you through the creation process of mapping your images in a few easy steps. In addition to this, you can view the HTML code for your image map generated as you type and create mouse-over text on link areas, even on the first frame of any animated GIF. It supports JPG, PNG and GIF formats. All in all, if you are looking for a great application that allows you to attach parts of an image to different links among other useful features, CoffeeCup Image Mapper is perfect for you.

Silvana Mansilla
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Pros

  • Easy to use. Simple and intuitive user interface

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  • None

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Guest Does this, or other, Image Mapper allow the code to be generated (or regenerated) for the same image at different pixel sizes?
My users have a variety of pixel monitor sizes - I'd like to accommodate them all.
My current problem is if I scale an image to perfectly fit an iPad, create an image map for it, then it's too small when viewed on a large desktop monitor.
So I'd like a tool which will allow me to convert or regenerate the code - or auto adjust to the users display size.
Ideas ?

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