Image Editing 101
Often, you need to "tweak" your images before you put them online. This HotWired tutorial is the picture-perfect place to learn how.
Using Graphics and Images on Your Homepage
This tutorial covers simple images as well as imagemaps.
Imagemap Help Page — Instruction
An imagemap is basically made of two parts: the image and the map. This is a site dedicated to teaching you how to make an image in the GIF format, then, a map-file based on that image.
This is a client-side image mapping program for Windows 95/98 and Windows NT 4.0. One of the coolest things about it is a tool that gives the option to draw the map freehand — offering more flexibility than the standard circle, rectangle, and polygon shapes of most programs.
A great Macintosh imagemap editor, ImageMapper features a multi-window interface with separate toolbar, zoom view, color, and URL windows.
This is a simple little program for Windows 95/NT and is great for very quick jobs.
Client-Side Image Maps
Wired has an excellent tutorial on the simplest of imagemaps to create: the client-side map.
Use this list of shareware to help you build imagemaps for the Mac or Windows OS.