If you create a image map valid to XHTML 1.1 (or XHTML 1.0 Strict), the map isn't useable in Mozilla since it doesn't "find" the corresponding <map> tag. You can include a name attribute into the <map> tag, but this is no more valid in this HTML version: correct example that doesn't work in Mozilla: <img usemap="mapname" ... /> ... <map id="mapname"> <area ... /> ... </map> this will work, but fails W3C's HTML Validator: <img usemap="mapname" ... /> ... <map id="mapname" name="mapname"> <area ... /> ... </map>
dup of bug 109445?
Assignee: asa → heikki
Component: Viewer App → XML
QA Contact: asa → petersen
Are you serving the file with an XML MIME-type?
I try to change it on http://www.dorgon.de/, and it seems to solve the problem, but what is going on now on this site now (-> eMail)?
Mozilla ignores the id attribute on pages served as text/html, which is the correct behavior (see bug 109445). I see that you have configured www.dorgon.de to send application/xml to Mozilla and text/html to other browsers, which is the only way to make a page with image maps to validate as XHTML 1.1 and be usable in both Mozilla and IE. I'm closing this bug as INVALID. > what is going on now on this site now (-> eMail)? What do you mean?
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Marking VERIFIED INVALID.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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