Template for image maps?[edit source]

This page has lots of images with links under them. One can use a quite convoluted "imagemap" HTML tag to make the images lead to the same link as the text under them (instead of to the image's page, which is kinda pointless). Could someone who understands how one creates those magical templates maybe do templates for that? So one could just provide an image, a width, and a page to link to, plus "top" or "bottom" so one can easily have an image with a text label underneath and both link to a particular page? I've fixed the season image/link pairs at the top, but I'm not really looking forward to doing the same for our four score and three dozen characters :-) I've looked in the help, but couldn't find anything comprehensible on how I would make a template myself. Pointers appreciated. -- Uliwitness 10:29, 13 March 2009 (UTC)

They're not that bad.... ;) but I see with a lot of images -- that's a lot of work...I'll copy over a template from wikipedia shortly... — JeiaraTalk 20:54, 13 March 2009 (UTC)
Okay here's an update with a new Imagemap template:
Basically it works by doing {{Imagemap|image|link|Alternativtext|width}}
For the portal page I left out the alt text and added in desc: {{Imagemap|image|link|width|desc=none}}
Example: {{Imagemap|Cameron portal.jpg|Cameron|120px|desc=none}}
Cameron portal.jpg
JeiaraTalk 21:32, 13 March 2009 (UTC)

Major Spoiler for 2009[edit source]

I recently ran across this trailer for an upcoming episode of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. The series is going to perform a VERY risky maneuver, as you can see below:

-Sec_1971 14:26, 6 January 2009 (UTC)

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