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Default Asp.net Imagemap function


I am making a website right now and would like some help on a function for the ImageMap command. Is there anyway, I can point an id number from my database to open up a specific image in that imagemap? This is what I mean:

if productid=1
elseif product=2
elseif product=3

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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