MAP - mapping info for image map
The MAP tag contains
information about the active areas in an image map. An image map
is a graphic that can be divided into multiple areas, and each
area of the map can point to a different URL. When a user clicks a
specific area in the image map, the browser loads the URL
associated with the clicked area.
There are two different kinds of image maps: server-side image
maps and client-side image maps. For server-side image maps, the
mapping information is written in a separate file that resides on
the web server.
<AREA ...> ... <AREA ...> </MAP>
The NAME attribute is required. Between the <MAP> and
</MAP> tags you must put the AREA tags that define the areas
in the image map.
NAME specifies the name of the map. Use this name preceded by # as
the value of the USEMAP attribute of the IMG tag for the image