You're on the right track. Get a copy of the AutoLayer extenstion from PVII
to do this - when one layer is shown, it hides all the others, which will
save you from having to do that manually - [url]http://www.projectseven.com/[/url].
Your only remaining problem to solve will then be how to keep the layers
properly aligned with the map, if the map is held in a centering table. But
there are ways to do that too, so post back if you need it and I will tell
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"davecheet" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:db847q$p6g$1forums.macromedia.com...>I have a jpg of a map and I'm trying to create a image map on top of that
> lots and lots of hotspots which when clicked pop up text which does not
> the map itself.
> I know how to draw up the hotspots and I guess I have to use layers to
> the text for each of the hotspots. Then I assume I can use a
> behaviour to bring the relevant layer to the top.
> Can anyone advise me if there's a better way to do this or simply confirm
> I'm on the right lines before I begin.