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Do you know how to map an image? Mapping an image will allow you to use one image with various links in different parts. Headers and social media buttons are two of the most common places you’ll find use for this skill. Today’s blogger is ready to walk you through the how-to!
How To Map An Image
One thing I realized quickly after I started blogging was that there are a lot of things that I don’t know. I started seeing other blogs that had social icons that seemed to be one picture, but with links to lots of different places. At first, I thought they were just uploading lots of pictures and setting them next to each other, and I tried doing that, but it didn’t work. Sometimes, one of the links would go on the next line, or wouldn’t line up just right. I realized there was a trick that I didn’t know about. So, I did some searching, and I figured it out. So, I decided to share with you all how to map an image.
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