EWSoftware Image Map Controls allow you to define hot spots on an image and perform an action when a defined area is clicked. A Windows Forms and a web server image map control are included. Each contains a similar core set of features: standard image types are supported (BMP, JPEG, and GIF), support for animation is included for those image types that use it such as GIF, the image's display height and width can be customized, image areas can be defined using rectangles, circles, or polygons of any shape defined by a set of points, tab order and validation events are supported, image areas can be triggered by clicking on them with the mouse or by tabbing to them and hitting the Enter key, image areas support a Tag property so that you can associate user-defined information with each image area, and both provide full design-time support including a graphical image area selection tool that saves you from having to manually determine and type in the area coordinates.The web server image map control renders a client-side image map that supports tooltip (alternate) text for each image area, an access key to select an image area by pressing ALT plus the defined access key, image areas can be enabled or disabled, action can be set to navigate to a URL (the default), post back to the server to fire a Click event, or to do nothing and just display a tool tip if one is specified, when set to navigate the target window can be defined to open the URL in a new or existing browser window, and the navigate action can be used to execute client-side script.
||Free to try
||Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0