Random though this may be, is it the case that if a father in Iceland is named Reyðabfjöbær, then the son would be [name] Reyðabfjöbærson? Also how would this be pronounced? (Random, I know.)
"Reyðabfjöbæjarson", actually, since it needs to be in the possessive, but "Reyðabfjöbær" would be a town name rather than a man's name, seeing as the "bær" part means "town". Not that it isn't nonsense anyway; the "bær" part is the only bit that makes any sense, and the rest just looks like you chopped random bits from other Icelandic town names and stuck a random b in there. Asking me how to pronounce that is kind of like if I asked you how to pronounce "wqtroc". I could tell you how I'd pronounce it if you put it in front of me, sure, but since it's not actually a sensible word ("bfj"?), that… doesn't really tell you anything useful. o_O
Also, for my HTML question from before, how would you move the image further down?
Where it says "top:0", change it to some other number.
How do you hide all items of a <DL> until a certain <AREA> is clicked? Kinda like your Ouen Map. Kinda exactly like it, in fact, but with a different region and different information. Also if it needs Java then I have no idea how to code it myself, so.
Basically, it operates on a similar principle to the show-image-when-hovering-over-link thing. Neither dl nor area elements are involved; it's a simple unordered list where each list item contains a link to #nogo (arbitrary nonexistent page anchor) which in turn contains two span elements, "locname" (for the name of the location) and "info" (for the location information). Then I have this stylesheet
Basically, the actual map is a background image on the ul element, which actually contains the map four times
: top left is normal, top right has the Lake of Purity highlighted, bottom left has the routes highlighted, and bottom right has the towns and dungeons highlighted. Then the locname and info spans are positioned where they're supposed to be on hover, and then for each individual highlightable location the link is shaped and positioned the way it's supposed to be, given the right background-position on hover (to shift the background image on the link so that it shows the location highlighted). The magic of making the info appear when you click the location, rather than when you hover it, is to use the a:active and a:focus pseudo-classes the same way the a:hover pseudo-class was used to make the location name appear on hover.
The sprite, well, her nose looks a little squashed. Also, the top spike doesn't look attached to her head and it should point up the way the others do.