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Image Map Pro - jQuery Interactive Image Map Builder

Image Map Pro - jQuery Interactive Image Map Builder





Image Map Pro – WordPress Plugin

Version 4 – What’s New?

  • FontAwesome Icon Library (4.2)
  • Connected Shapes (4.1)
  • Run Script on Shape Click (4.1)
  • Zooming in the Editor
  • Custom Shape Titles
  • Fullscreen Capability
  • HTML-based API
  • Improved Performance

Top Features

  • Custom Polygon Shapes
  • Over 600 High Quality FontAwesome Icons
  • Super Advanced Backend Editor
  • Content Builder for Tooltips
  • Fully Responsive
  • JavaScript & HTML API
  • Click/Mouseover Actions
  • Custom Styles for Shapes
  • Image Map Import/Export
  • Undo/Redo Functionality
  • Zooming in the Editor
  • Fullscreen Capability
  • Rename & Reorder Shapes
  • Copy/Paste & Duplicate Shapes

1. Super Advanced Drag-and-drop Editor

Image Map Pro is so much more than just another image map plugin. Place locations, add text, yeah sure – that’s true. But that’s where the ordinary stops. Image Map Pro comes with its own feature rich web app, so you can quickly and easily create the most comprehensive selection of custom image maps, pins and custom shapes, and immediately export them to your website.

The User Interface is instantly-familiar-Drag & Drop with self explanatory steps, icons and shape tools at your disposal – it couldn’t be any easier. Just to be sure though, we’ve also included a super sharp step-by-step video guide in case you need your hand held lovingly, along the way. Check it out now by trying out the Editor live!

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2. Add Anything to the Tooltips with a Content Builder

Image Map Pro comes with Squares – our bespoke content builder that lets you add rich content to the tooltips of your image map. Add Video, YouTube content, Images or Buttons and of course Text with styles to boot. You can even arrange your content in a 12 column Bootstrap style grid. Go nuts, you’re welcome.

3. Draw Your Own Custom Shapes

Image Map Pro is the only plugin that allows you to draw custom polygon shapes. You can even zoom in for maximum precision! Of course you can still draw the good old-fasioned circles and rectangles, but that is so 2007…

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4. Over 600 High Quality FontAwesome Icons

In the Editor you will find a library of over 600 high quality FontAwesome SVG icons included for FREE. You can change their size and color and they will scale perfectly. Need to use your own icon? You can do that too!

5. Endless Combinations of Styles and Animations

With the Editor you can customize properties like opacity, fill, stroke and corner radius to match the design of your site. You can also have separate styles on mouseover, or make the shapes completely invisible.

6. Looking for Even More Features?

Responsive

Image Map Pro will scale beautifully on every kind of device, and if you have tooltips that need to display a lot of information you can even make them full screen with the flick of a button.

JavaScript and HTML API

Run JavaScript when a user clicks a shape or trigger a tooltip to appear by adding an HTML attribute to any element on your page.

Custom Actions

Tooltips can be made to appear on mouseover or click – purpose driven to suit your. Of course that might mean turning them off altogether, also an option with IMP. Or you can make them links. It’s up to you!

Free Customer Support for 6 Months

We are here to help! If you have any issues installing or using our product, please send us a ticket and we will respond as soon as possible!

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Change Log

4.2.0 - January 17, 2018
    - Replaced the icon library with FontAwesome!

4.1.3 - December 7, 2017
    - When tooltips are not open, they are now completely hidden, instead of "visually" hidden.
    - New lines in the text field for shape's run script on-click action no longer get printed as "br" HTML elements.
    - Fixed an issue where a certain function from the API would return the shape's ID, instead of its title.

4.1.2 - October 17, 2017
    - Minor bug fixes.

4.1.1 - October 14, 2017
    - Added options to disable specific tooltips, by selecting a shape and going to Shape -> Tooltip Settings -> Enable Tooltip.
    - Added options to disable all tooltips, by going to Image Map -> Tooltip -> Enable Tooltips.

4.1.0 - September 18, 2017
    New Features
    - Connected Shapes. To connect shapes together, select a shape and open its General settings tab. From the "Connected To Shape" menu select another shape to serve as the "master" shape. Connect as many shapes as you wish to the "master" shape. Additionally, you can choose to use only the master's tooltip, or keep the original tooltip for each "slave" shape.
    - Multiple shape highlighting. More than one shape can be highlighted at the same time, using the plugin's API. Note that when a shape is highlighted with the API, it must also be unhighlighted using the API. An exception to this rule is when you highlight shapes using the HTML API.
    - Multiple tooltips can now be opened with the plugin's API. Note that when a tooltip is opened with the API, it must also be closed using the API. An exception to this rule is when you highlight shapes using the HTML API.
    - Added a "Run Script" click action.
    - Optimized front-end code.

    Bug Fixes and Minor Improvements
    - Fixed a crash that could occur when importing a map from the WP version of the plugin.
    - The Border Radius form control no longer shows for Ellipse shapes.
    - Removed the Late Initialization feature, since it has been obsolete since version 4.0.
    - Removed the "Mouseover" action trigger from the Actions settings tab.
    - Added an option in Image Map Settings -> Tooltips called "Show Tooltips On" to specify whether to show tooltips on mouseover or click.
    - Greatly improved the usability of non-sticky tooltips when they are attached to polygons, and there are other polygons next to it. The tooltips are smarter and should show and hide more intuitively. There is a new setting, called "buffer", which determines the size of the buffer space preventing the tooltip from hiding. This setting can be edited from image-map-pro-defaults.js (search for "buffer").

    API Changes
    - $.imageMapProHideTooltip now requires a parameter - shape title.
    - $.imageMapProUnhighlightShape now requires a parameter - shape title.
    - $.imageMapProEventClosedTooltip now returns an additional parameter - shape title.
    - JavaScript API - All shapes that have been highlighted using the JS API, must also be unhighlighted with the JS API.
    - JavaScript API - All tooltips that have been opened using the JS API, must also be closed with the JS API.
    - HTML API - Shapes highlighted with the on-mouseover HTML API, automatically become unhighlighted when you mouse out of the element.
    - HTML API - Tooltips opened with the on-mouseover HTML API, automatically close when you mouse out of the element.
    - HTML API - Shapes highlighted with the on-click HTML API, can become unhighlighted only if you click on another HTML element, using the on-click attribute to unhighlight a shape.
    - HTML API - Tooltips opened with the on-click HTML API, can close only if you click on another HTML element, using the on-click attribute to close a tooltip.

4.0.2 - June 16, 2017
    - Fixed a bug in the API that would cause incorrect data to be sent.
    - Custom shape icons will now properly display with their custom size, instead of the default 44x44 pixels.

4.0.1 - June 14, 2017
    - Fixed a bug in the editor that would sometimes cause the editor to not work in Safari or Firefox.

4.0.0 - May 28, 2017
    New Features
    - Editor Zooming
    - While drawing a rect or oval, hold SHIFT to lock width/height
    - Rename list items
    - Fullscreen capability (front-end)
    - Default settings for shapes and tooltips (via external .js file)
    - HTML-based API
    - Added an option to retain original image size, along with responsiveness
    - Improved documentation

    Bug Fixes
    - Tour doesn't show anymore if there is an already created image map
    - (Improvement) Added notification to click the first point when drawing a polygon
    - Full support for HTML code in tooltip content
    - Special characters in the name of an image map no longer prevent the list of saved maps from loading
    - Fixed minor issues on mobile devices
    - Improved the accuracy of the "ghost" point when editing a shape
    - The editor no longer uses random numbers for shape IDs
    - Spots now have a minimum size of 44x44 pixels
    - If a fullscreen tooltip is open, the website behind it can no longer be scrolled
    - Various minor fixes
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