I haven't looked into this myself, but here's a discussion on the subject with several suggestions, including a "Responsive Image Maps jQuery Plugin" by Fireworks developer Matt Stow:
In the future, you might want to look at a more standards-based method for structuring the HTML. If the links are for discrete logos, they could be separate from the banner/footer images, without the need for an image map.
Thanks. I will check this out. To keep my code clean I will probably pull the logos off the images and turn them into divs with anchor tags. Just wanted to make sure I wasn's missing a method in FWs.
I did use stowball's plug-in and it did indeed fix it. But now my lightbox has stopped working. Ugh!
Could there be a conflict of jqueries?
If anyone out has a moment to check my code I would appreciate it. I have audit my code for hours along with rebuilding the whole lightbox with no resolve. I truly feel its a script conflict but can't see it.
Happy Easter to all.
Funny I have created my own Easter code hunt.
Hey I've encountered the 'conflicting jQuery' problem before and found a few solutions:
1) First would be to toggle the order they appear in the html in the head at or at the bottom .. surprisingly simple and sometimes works.
2) Second solution is a little more involved (basically replacing '$' with 'jQuery')' but still easy, documented here:
3) And I wrote another post entitled 'Making Slimbox Work With Image Maps' .. not exactly what you're looking for but could be useful, documented here: