You want the name to appear as a tooltip? Or exactly how?
As for the image map, I don't believe you need one large region surrounding the complete.image. I think you can get away with linking the image itself and then using map regions.
Link the image itself and using map regions? I'm not sure I understand.
The image itself is linked to a "general description" page, and from there the users can find information as needed.
I want areas within the already linked image (the icons in the toolbar image) to display a tooltip when the user hovers the mouse over. This is only to avoid creating callouts, to be honest, which will save me editing time when I have to update the toolbar :-)
I'm realizing that perhaps this isn't possible, that when the user hovers over the image, the mouse changes to represent a clickable image and having different tooltips display based on the location in the image kinda cancels that out - it can't do both.
Unless someone else has any other suggestions - I think I might have to reconfigure the doc structure to that each icon within the image is its own map. Tooltip display on that image is a customer request...grr..
Yes, thank you - that was close.
Basically I want the users to be able to click on the toolbar image to go to a section. (accomplished)
I also want users to be able to hover the mouse over specific icons in that toolbar to ONLY display the icon name. (those names are not links)
Is it possible to map different "alt" names in one image?
In RH, if you apply the "whole image" map area last, you should see the screen tip text for all the individual map areas. (You can also do this in code by cut and pasting the appropriate <area> tag to the bottom of the list.)
I think you still have to link each individual map area to the same topic as the 'whole image' area, otherwise those areas aren't clickable.