Using an Imagemap[change source]
The image map is mostly obvious as it will show you what will happen if you just move your cursor over the picture. The one thing that does confuse is trying to see a full view of the image. To do this you click on the icon that is to the right of the image caption. Unusually, clicking on the image does not usually work with an imagemap.
This is a template which contains an Image map. This means that if you edit this section then it will appear in all the relevant articles. The good news is that good changes will be seen a large number of times. The bad news is that you can wreck other articles. Do go and look at other articles to check your change has not caused grief - If in doubt then discuss your proposed changes first on the talk pages. This was made with this tool.
This template has three parameters; size, align and caption. All of these have default values. Note: This template creates a reference in the receiving article which is listed below. If your article does not list any inline citations (and it should) then this will cause an error to be created. The reference will look the example below. The first ref is for the image and the second is for who is who.
- 'A literary party at Sir Joshua Reynolds's, D. George Thompson, published by Owen Bailey, after James William Edmund Doyle, published 1 October 1851
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