The easiest way to handle imagemaps for use in web pages.
An imagemap is a clickable image that acts differently based upon where the user clicks. Imagemaps are supported by every modern browser and can be used, for example, to navigate between rooms in a virtual house, on a regular map or simply between pages on a site. The navigation links on this page is an example of a working imagemap, created using YokMap.
YokMap is a tooldeisgned to make t really easy to create and edit imagemaps. It works harmlessly side-by.side with any HTML or XHTML-editor. Use YokMap to create imagemaps for your web site, and use the program again to easily edit the maps when needed, without losing any changes you may have made in another program. YokMap smoothly opens existing imagemaps in virtually any file that is written in HTML or XHTML, no matter if it was created with the program itself or not, and allows you to optionally save it back into the original file without messing with the rest of the code.
Code can be copied and pasted between YokMap and your editor of choice, appearing as easily editable imagemap areas in YokMap and as properly coded HTML or XHTML elsewhere. You can even use the program to import and export server-side CERN and NCSA imagemaps to convert or update your old-style imagemaps. YokMap is easy to use, but still offers powerful features such as resizing multiple areas simultaneously, automatically loading images from a server when needed and having text encoding and HTML entities conversion to be done automatically in the background.