Even if the text replacement should not look as satisfying as using a
whole big image with image maps on it, you can still split up that image
 into the navigation part and use image replacement techniques where the
Text is still preserved. Since most of those techniques hide the Text
and put the images as background images, the load will be minimized once
those images are placed in the browser cache.

The idea with the 2 examples to compare is spot on. The only difference
that might be seen is missing text anti-aliasing on some browsers, if
its either not supported by the operating system or turned off by
default (like Clear-type in Windows XP).

regards, Jens

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