JavaScript » Layer » visibility

Syntax:
layer.visibility = "value"

This property determines whether or not a layer is visible.

This property determines whether or not a layer is visible. The "value" parameter can be "show", "hide" or "inherit", the latter causing the layer to inherit the value of its parent object's visibility property.

Examples

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

Mouse over me to reveal the layer below

</layer>

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

Hello from the layer below!

</layer>
Explanation:

This example creates two layers, aboveLayer and belowLayer, and alters the visibility property of the aboveLayer layer on the occurance of a MouseOver event.