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Sorry but my browser is incapable to iteract with fla-shop contents! So i have no idea how it actualy works! Unles you'll explain it! So i can write some sample about it...

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Okay....when you mouseover a state, it lifts and changes colors and is a link to another page. You can also create at small text box that pops up beside it.

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It uses an image swap and it goes somethin like this! Just a basic example and this should go inside the head tags!

<script type="text/javascript">
<!--
var _currentEventOn = new Image();
_currentEventOn.src = 'images/someOnImage.gif'; 
var _currentEventOff = new Image();
_currentEventOff.src = 'images/someOffimage.gif'; 
var _worksOn = new Image();
_worksOn.src = 'images/anotherOnImages.gif';
var _worksOff = new Image();
_worksOff.src = 'images/anotherOffImges.gif';

function _change(myImage, _replace)
{
if ( document.images ) {
document.images[myImage].src = _replace; return true; }
}
//-->
</script>

Assuming that you have those map images in place!

<h2>
<img name="currentEvent" src="images/somepreloadedimages1.gif" usemap="#click_here" />
<map id="click_here"  name="click_here">
<area onmouseover="_change( 'currentEvent', _currentEventOn.src );" onmouseout="_change( 'currentEvent', _currentEventOff.src );" shape="rect" coords="85,73,205,110" href="#" target="_parent" alt="Current Events" />
</map>

</h2>
    <h2><img name="working" src="images/somepreloadedImages2.gif" usemap="#click__here" />
<map id="click__here" name="click__here">
<area onmouseover="_change( 'working', _worksOn.src );" onmouseout="_change( 'working', _worksOff.src );" shape="rect" coords="85,73,205,110" href="#" target="_parent" alt="Our Works" />
</h2>

it wil do some work to accomplish that! I'l take that as a new project!

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Wow! That will be way too much work to take on for me right now! You're talking about not just the 50 states, but the 3140 counties as well! I think I may just buy the program from them! Thanks for your response!
~Amy

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