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Default MAP - Problem with screen resolution

I specified co-ordinates for an area, to call a html when the user clicks that area.

<AREA shape ="rect" coords ="185,380,205,405" href ="Sample.html" target ="_self" alt="SAMPLE"/>

When i change the resolution(from 1024x768 to higher) of the screen this co-ordinates failed because of that i unable to get the hand sign over the specified co-ordinates. Is it possible to make it dynamic so that even if i change the screen resolution it will work

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Old September 1st, 2004, 10:28 AM
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I will work on that and reply the same




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