JavaScript » Layer » moveAbove

Syntax:
layer.moveAbove(layerName)

This method is used to move the layer above the one specified with the layerName argument.

This method is used to move the layer above the one specified with the layerName argument. Performing this re-stacking does not alter the horizontal or vertical position of either layer. Note that after using this method, both layers share the same parent layer.

Examples

Code:
<layer name=aboveLayer bgcolor="lightgreen" top=50 left=80 width=150 height=50>

aboveLayer

</layer>

<layer name=belowLayer above=aboveLayer bgcolor="lightblue" top=20 left=20 width=150 height=50 onMouseOver=moveAbove(aboveLayer)>

belowLayer

</layer>
Explanation:

This example creates two layers, aboveLayer and belowLayer, and calls the moveAbove method using the onMouseOver event handler of the belowLayer object.