HTML Elements and Attributes for an Image, a Client-Side Image Map and a Server-Side Image Map

HTML Elements and Attributes for an Image, a Client-Side Image Map and a Server-Side Image Map
Below is a list of the most commonly used*** html element tags that control an image, client-side image map and server-side image map on the webpage.

Note: Some attributes listed below have been depreciated in favor of Cascading Style Sheets.

Elements and Attributes for Image, Client-Side Image Map and Server-Side Image Map
ElementOpening TagAttributesClosing TagDescription
NoneDefines the shape of clickable areas in a client-side image map

shape - rect, circ, point or poly
coords - two pairs of x/y points
href - designated webpage
NonePlaces image on the webpage and supplies information

src - URL for image
width - set to pixels
height - set to pixels
alt - alternate text
border - set to pixels
hspace - empty space next to side of image set to pixels
vspace - empty space above and below image set to pixels
align - top, middle, bottom, left or right
ismap - defines server-side image map
usemap - name of client-side image map (reference to map tag)
map<map>name="?"</map>Defines the active regions for a client-side image map

name - name of map (see img tag - usemap)
***A complete list of html element tags can be found at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) website.
**Color can be set using color names (red, black, etc) or RGB color codes or hexidecimal color codes.

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