<Area> is an element used within the content model of the <MAP> element to implement client-side image maps. It defines a hot-spot region on the map and associates it with a hypertext link.
coords="comma-separate list of values"
ID="Unique alphanumeric identifier"
shape="circle | default | poly | rect"
target="_blank | _parent | _self | _top | frame-name"
|ACCESSKEY||This attribute specifies a keyboard navigation accelerator for the element. Pressing ALT or a similar key in association with the specified character selects the form control correlated with that key sequence.|
|ALT||This attribute contains a text string alternative to display on browsers than cannot display images.|
|CLASS||This attribute is set to indicate the class or classes that a particular element belongs to. A class name is used by a style sheet to associate style rules to multiple elements at once.|
|COORDS||For use with object shapes, this attribute uses a comma-separated list of numbers to define the coordinates of the object on the page.|
|HREF||This attribute specifies the hyperlink target for the area. Its value is a valid URL. Either this attribute or the NOHREF attribute must be present in the element.|
|ID||This attribute specifies a unique alphanumeric identifier to be associated with an element. Naming an element is important to being able to access it with a style sheet, a link, or a scripting language. Names should be unique to a document and should be meaningful.|
|NOHREF||This attribute indicates that no hyperlink exists for the associated area. Either this attribute or the HREF attribute must be present in the element.|
|SHAPE||This attribute defines the shape of the associated hot spot. HTML 4 defines the values RECT, which defines a rectangular region; CIRCLE, which defines a circular region; POLY, which defines a polygon; and DEFAULT, which indicates the entire region beyond any defined shapes.|
|STYLE||This attribute specifies an inline style associated with the element. The style information is used to determine the rendering of the affected element.|
|TABINDEX||This attribute represents a numeric value specifying the position of the defined area in the browser tabbing order.|
|TARGET||This attribute specifies the target window for a hypertext source link referencing frames. The information linked to will be displayed in the named window. Frames must be named to be targeted. There are special name values, including _blank, which indicates a new window; _parent, which indicates the parent frame set containing the source link; _self, which indicates the frame containing the source link; and _top, which indicates the full browser window.|
|TITLE||This attribute supplies advisory text for the element that may be rendered as a tool tip when the mouse is over the element. A title may also simply provide information that alerts future document maintainers to the meaning of the element and its enclosed content.|
|onblur||Occurs when an element loses focus, meaning that the user has moved focus to another element, typically either by clicking the mouse on it or tabbing to it.|
|onclick||Indicates that the element has been clicked.|
|ondblclick||Indicates that the element has been double-clicked.|
|onfocus||The focus event describes when an element has received focus, namely, it has been selected for manipulation or data entry.|
|onkeydown||Indicates that a key is being pressed down with focus on the element.|
|onkeypress||Describes the event of a key being pressed and released with focus on the element.|
|onkeyup||Indicates that s key is being released with focus on the element.|
|onmousedown||Indicates the press of a mouse button with focus on the element.|
|onmousemove||Indicates that the mouse has moved while over the element.|
|onmouseout||Indicates that the mouse has moved away from an element.|
|onmouseover||Indicates that the mouse has moved over an element.|
|onmouseup||Indicates the release of a mouse button with focus on the element.|
<map name="primary"> <area shape="circle" coords="200,250,25" href="another.htm"> <area shape = "default" nohref> </map>