That does not appear to be working.
Does the content of the XML file that you are referring trough the args.hdr
get copied into the output html
Also note that the file should contain a valid XML.
The XML file should refer the jquery.maphilight.min.js
using an absolute path. The best way is to store this js
on your server and use that location's URL to refer it.
In case you are trying to refer it using a relative path, that path should be relative to the output html file that uses it. This might work if you have a single html file that contains an image map. In case you have multiple html files with image maps in different folders it is a high possibility that this configuration might not work, for the simple reason that the same js
file's relative path cannot be reached from all the html files that refer it.
So here is an example of the args.hdr
XML file that i used to make the highlight support work:
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!-- You should replace the map highlight JS URL with the one stored on your server -->
You should replace the URL I've used with the corresponding one on your server. I used a server installed on my local machine for test purposes.