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Adobe Help gives advice on "Image Maps" where you make an image with hot-spots in it that are clickable. That might be a starting place. I haven't ever used this idea but I'll bet there are tutorials to Google. If you want the map as a background image with content over the top, then you could try setting a a background image in a CSS rule on the < body> element in your HTML. Then you would build your page in the way you want.
I hope that helps but I will add the caveat that I'm a novice!
You cannot add hyperlinks or image maps to a background image. Further,
aligning page content to a background image is like nailing jelly to the
wall. It will fail.
Your path is a forlorn one. It's not the right way to go. Consider this -
Taking a Fireworks comp to a CSS-based layout in Dreamweaver
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"Nathsh" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I want to use a big jpeg as the background to a simple sitemap webpage, and
> then add buttons with hyperlinks on it. How do I do this?
> I have CS3 Dreamweaver and Photoshop, and I'm a beginner.
> many thanks
thanks v much