I'm a bit of an indesign rookie, so hopefully I can explain this clearly...
I'm trying to make an interactive map of restaurant locations at my school. I've put stars on the map representing restaurant locations, and the users can click the star to display relevant information. I'd like the text displayed to contain multiple hyperlinks to each restaurant's web page, and herein lies my problem.
Each location group actually has 3 buttons: an appear button (the star), a information button, and a hide button (the x). The star button uses the 'show/hide buttons' function to make my information and hide buttons appear. The information button itself can be a single link, but the text itself isn't selectable. I suspect I have to come at this problem using an altogether different method, but I'm not sure what it should be?
I don't think you will be able to create a URL hyperlink from the text within the button (the one that appears with the listing of restaurants). But using the same method that you used for the Hide X button, you can have a separate button that is an URL link to restaurant website. Have as many as you like. And the button(s) will appear/hide just like the Hide X button.
Good point. I've done as you suggested and it's all working now!