@jellytriangle IE10 is supported as well, but Chrome's internal spellchecker/use of spellcheck attribute is buggy.
Create a popup on an Image Map
This type of popup is fundamentally the same as one created on a link, except that the AREA element's href attribute is used for the popup content, and as the AREA element does not have a type attribute, the relevant media type identifier is added as an additional class, or specified as a parameter in the title attribute. Parameters can also be added the url in the format &width=800&height=600 etc.
All popups from the same image map are automatically grouped. To prevent a popup from being group, add nogroup to the AREA class.
Example HTML for an image map popup (applied to the AREA element only):
<area href="/url/to/some/file.html?type=ajax" title="title[My Popup];width;height" class="jcepopup">
Media type identifiers:
Media type identifiers should be added to the end of the URL, eg: &type=ajax (replace the & with a ? if there is no other ? in the URL)
Youtube, Google Video, Metacafe and Image popup types are detected from the url.
Any popup link can be hidden by adding noshow to the class, eg: class="jcepopup noshow"