I wonder what I am doing wrong:
There is what I want to do:
I want to have a picture with some hot spots. For hot spot I use button.swf (invisible button, it has no "UP").
When the studend find a hot spot he shold click on it and a new Ap DIV with some informations would open.
I have the main AP DIV named "map" - ca 900x600. It has Z-index-1. When I try to put on that layer another AD DIV named "button", and insert the button.swf file, that moment AP DIV "button" dissapears and it is behind the AP DIV "map" and I cannot touch it unless I grab the "map" and move it. In browser I cannot find the "button", it is behind the picture, I think.
I also tried to do as AP DIV "map" with a background of the map. Or inserting the picture map in table. Or as a background in a table, but the result is the same.
If I use ordinary .jpeg or.gif picutres, I do not have this problem, AP DIV is where I put it.
I could use the Hot spot tool, but I would prefer the invisible button that appears only when you find it.
I hope I was clear enough.
Anyone has a solution how to use invisible flash button over a picture or background? Thanks
Interaction in SWFs needs to be programmed inside the SWF, not something on top of it. This will never work (aside from the page rendering order problems with your construct)...
If you build your entire application in Flash, you can program all the interactivity into the SWF file.
Tutorial: Build an Intelligent Tic-Tac-Toe Game in Flash CS4
But since I am not good with composing .swf, I will give up and try something else.
Best regards, Natasa