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    Map coords in css

    I have two different css's for my site, one for 1024x768 resolution and one for 800x600. Anyway, whilst I get a flash banner sorted (have to learn to use the damm thing) I just have a picture with a map for links. This is set up for 1024x768, so when a 800x600 user comes along the map is all wrong. Is there anyway I can set the coords in my css file? An example line:

    <area shape=rect coords=610,218,750,284 href=puppies.htm alt=Puppies />

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    No you can't use CSS to setup coordinates for the area. Can you post your image that you are trying to use? There is likely a better method than using an image map.
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