|Html Tag Ilayer
The ILAYER tag allows you
to offset content from its natural position in the page, which is where
the content would normally be if it was not positioned. That is, you can
position the content relative to its natural position. This relatively
positioned content is both inflow, in that it occupies space in the
document flow, and inline, in the sense that it shares line space with
other HTML elements. If you want relatively positioned content to appear
on a separate line, you can insert a break before the ILAYER tag or
embed the ILAYER tag in the <DIV> tag.
<ILAYER ID="layerName" LEFT="pixelPosition"
TOP="pixelPosition" PAGEX ="pageX" PAGE"="pageY"
SRC="file" Z-INDEX="n" ABOVE="layername"
OnMouseOut="JScode" OnFocus="JScode" OnBlur="JScode"
ID specifies the name of the layer, enabling other
LEFT & TOP specifies the horizontal and vertical
positions of positioned layers or the relative horizontal and vertical
positions for inflow layers.
PAGEX & PAGEY specifies the horizontal and vertical
positions of the layer relative to the document's window.
SRC specifies the pathname of a file that contains
HTML-formatted content for the layer.
Z-INDEX specifies the stacking order of a layer. Allows
a layer's z-order to be specified in terms of an integer. Layers with
higher numbered values are stacked above those with lower ones. Only
positive Z-INDEX values are allowed. The use of this attribute cannot be
combined with the use of the ABOVE or BELOW attributes.
ABOVE specifies the layer immediately on top of a newly
created layer in the stacking order; that is, the new layer is created
just below the layer specified by layername. The use of this attribute
cannot be combined with the use of the BELOW or Z-INDEX
BELOW identifies the layer immediately beneath the
newly created layer in the stacking order; that is, the new layer is
created just above the layer specified by layername. The named layer
must already exist. The use of this attribute cannot be combined with
the use of the ABOVE or Z-INDEX attributes.
WIDTH specifies the width of the layer's content. It
controls the right margin for wrapping purposes. The value can be
expressed as an integer pixel value or as a percentage of the width of
the containing layer.
HEIGHT specifies the height of the layer's clipping
region and serves as the reference for setting the relative height of
children layers. The value can be expressed as an integer pixel value or
as a percentage of the height of the containing layer (or of the window
for a top-level layer).
CLIP specifies the clipping rectangle (viewable area)
of the layer, which can be less than the width and height of the content
of the layer. The value is a set of four numbers. Each of the four
values represents numbers of pixels.
VISIBILITY specifies whether the layer is visible or
not. A value of SHOW shows the layer. A value of HIDDEN hides the layer.
A value of INHERIT causes the layer to have the same
visiblity as its parent layer.
BGCOLOR specifies the background color of the layer.
BACKGROUND specifies an image to use as the background.
OnMouseOver & OnMouseOut specify which JacaScript
code is executed when the mouse cursor enters (OnMouseOver) or leaves (OnMouseOut)
executed when the layer gets (OnFocus) or loses (OnBlur) keyboard focus.
the layer is loaded.