Is there a way to seperate one image into different links?

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  1. kevlar8

    kevlar8 Do or do not, there is no try.

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    For instance. I want to create a calendar in photoshop, put it on my webpage, and allow each date to allow input of my schedule if you have a password and to be viewed without it. Anyone following this?
     
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  3. kevlar8

    kevlar8 Do or do not, there is no try.

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    not quite. i want to cut the pieces and when I click on the date it:
    1 shows events scheduled on that day
    2 prompts for a password
    3 if password is correct i want to be able to add events

    i'm not married to any particular idea for the page but i want the calendar/scheduler concept there
     
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    kevlar8 Do or do not, there is no try.

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    thanks. i downloaded the program cause i have looked into cutting images in the past to make buttons
     
  5. skybreaker

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    well.
    to cut pieces, use the program i mentioned in my first post.

    for makin' a calendar with the specifics you made, a simple php-script will make it.
    i don't know resources for those scripts in english but i'm sure, you'll find some.
     
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    imagemap
     
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    www.hostscripts.com is an excellent resource for scripts.

    You require dynamic functionality, so an image map won't work for you. Does your webserver support scripting languages such as perl, php, or asp?
     

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