Map This is a program that can be used to create, edit, and convert Clickable Image Maps for the World Wide Web. Map This does this by allowing you to actually draw the areas to be defined on the graphic you wish to use, attach HTML "url" references to each area, and save the image map data off into either NCSA, CERN, or HTML 3.0 format for use on the World Wide Web.
Zoom in up to 8x magnification. Fly-by AreaTips? Cut, copy and paste.
Supports moving and reshaping (even point addition/deletion) of Polygons. Handles images of almost any size. Supports both GIF and JPG images, including interlaced GIFs. Doesn't require a TrueColor video board - can operate from 16 colors to 16 million colors. Handles multiple open files at once. Keeps a tracking header comment block in the image map file. This allows Map this to keep track of the image that goes with the map.
Supports descriptions per each area, and one for the entire map. Supports the HTML "target" tag for HTML 3.0 image maps. Opens existing map files that you might have. Docking/floating toolbars. Supports NCSA, CERN, and CSIM/HTML data file formats. Allows you to save or load as either .MAP, .IMP, .HTM, .HTML, or .SHTML files.
A resizable listing of the areas, alongside with the image. User-definable Snap-To Grids. Allows the creation of "Guides" - predefined areas suitable for image "thumbnail" maps. User definable fill pattern and colors for the areas. Checks your map as you work on it for missing URL's and obscured or "unclickable" areas. Supports dragging links from Netscape into the map.
And let's not forget that it's a freeware product!