Web Page Rendering Test Case

The menu banner below is made up of two images, the long one on the right as an image map, but in three different ways — all described and approved by the World Wide Web Consortium. All three works (try hovering over the banners) with Netscape 7.2. The one on top and the one at the bottom should look exactly the same while the middle banner should have an extra text navigation bar beneath it. If images are disabled in the browser, no banners should be visible (naturally) and navigation by the first banner be impossible, but according to standards you should still be able to navigate the site by an extra text navigation bar beneath each of the other two banners.

Typical W3C Client-side image map using the IMG element.
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Typical ISO Client-side image map using block level content of the MAP element outside the OBJECT.

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"Hidden" W3C Client-side image map using the OBJECT element containing the MAP element.

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