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Please help with Layers!

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Hey Guys. I really need someone's help with this. I'm using Frontpage to make a site and I have been using layers. What I want to do is make a layer that is visible, but has no value. So if you click on the layer, it will go to the hyperlink that is directly under that layer. I know you can set it to invisible or give it a lesser z-axis to hide it, but I want it to be visible but so that you can click whatever's under it without knowing.

I would really appreciate if someone could help me with this. I'd like some kind of html, as Frontpage has barely any features as it is a simple editor. Thank you!

Edited by DeanKeen, 13 August 2007 - 10:00 AM.

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you could create a transparent gif image the size of the layer and insert it into the layer.... Make the image a link...

Would that work for you?
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