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Hot Spots

adrew1508
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Is is possible to put a hot stop on top of another hot spot.  

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Nope, otherwise the hot spot underneath would no longer be a hotspot

Can you tellus what you're trying to do?

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I have a map of Colorado that is broken down into regions (I have turned each of these regions into hot spots that link to other pages on our site).  Within each of these regions is a a major city (signified by a star).  My hope was for people to be able to click on either the large open area representing the county or the star.  The end result being the user is either taken to the specific county page or the specific city page.

Do that make sense?  Do you have any ideas?  

Thanks,
Aaron
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You could try using a floating DIV, or sophisticated rollovers, so for e.g when you clickthe region, a div with links to the region and city hover above the hotspot.  You could of course use the hotspot tool to draw around the city and than add another hotspot over the top of the star?

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