2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 18, 2008 12:36 PM by Klaus_Iden

    hotspot reverse

    Klaus_Iden
      I know how to make hotspots on an image and connect them to urls, but what i want to create is a list of links that when rolled over, create an area of the map in a different color.
      I can't remember how to do that.

      Can anyone help?

      Klaus Iden
        • 1. Re: hotspot reverse
          Level 7
          Sounds like you need a "disjointed rollover". Google it.

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          Walt


          "Klaus Iden" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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          >I know how to make hotspots on an image and connect them to urls, but what
          >i
          > want to create is a list of links that when rolled over, create an area of
          > the
          > map in a different color.
          > I can't remember how to do that.
          >
          > Can anyone help?
          >
          > Klaus Iden
          >


          • 2. Re: hotspot reverse
            Klaus_Iden Level 1
            My brain is very disjointed so that sounds like it would work.

            In the theater of your mind imagind a map of the US with a list of states beside it. When you roll over a state name, it shows up as a different coloured area on the map.

            Now to do that with the disjointed rollover method would mean I would need as many images of my map as i have links (could take quite a time to load).

            Is it not also possible to create an image with several image layers and then trigger the required layer to show when the button is rolled?

            I will have nine links so I could probably do it with a disjointed roll-over as well.

            Actually i did this once in a course I took (I think we did it in pure javascript). But, if you don't use it, you lose it! And I've lost it!!