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Sent by Arman on May 13, 2001 at 04:16:05: - feedback #2723

Too short

The script that you gave works, but in a weird way - for some reason it returns the coordinates of the PREVIOUS click (on both IE5.5 and Nav4.7) How come?

Sent by x on September 24, 2002 at 11:19:48: - feedback #4165

Not worth reading

What was that? a joke? This code doesn't make sense at all.

Sent by gianluca on Monday June 04, 2007 at 00:28:57 - feedback #4664

Very worth reading

Too short


It's a good start for building a page that passes image coordinates (in pixels) to some ASP page linked to it.
In facts the page linked to image should be prepared to receive two parameters (x,y).
To make this sample work just turn the provided javascript code into a function and then call it with onClick event when the user presses the mopuse button on the image, like in the code bekow here:
<script language="JavaScript">
function getxy() {
str = location.search;
if (str == "")
document.write("<p>No coordinates specified.");
else {
commaloc = str.indexOf(",");
document.write("<p>The x value is " + str.substring(1, commaloc));
document.write("<p>The y value is " + str.substring(commaloc+1, str.length));
<a href="#"><img src="/images/GNSoft_computer_works.gif" border="0" ismap onClick:getxy();></a>

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