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Used inside an event handler function, this method directs Navigator to let the event pass to its intended target object.
Convenience method that adjusts the height and width of the current element to specific pixel sizes. The top and left edges of the element remain fi
A convenience method that shifts the width and height of the current element by specified pixel amounts. To adjust along only one axis, set the othe
The opposite of layerObj .captureEvents( ) , this method turns off event capture at the layer level for one or more specific events named in the
Convenience methods that shift the location of the current element to a specific coordinate point. The differences between the two methods show when
A convenience method that shifts the location of the current element by specified pixel amounts along both axes. To shift along only one axis, set t
These methods shift the z-order of the current layer to a specific location relative to another, sibling layer. This is helpful if your script is no
This method lets you load a new document into a layer object. It does not work properly in Navigator 4 for ilayer elements. The existing docume
Instructs the layer object to accept and process the event whose specifications are passed as the parameter to the method
Instructs the browser to grab events of a specific type before they reach their intended target layer objects.
For a positioned element, determines the stacking order relative to other elements within the same parent container.
Indicates the state of the positioned element's visibility. Surrounding content does not close the space left by an element whose visibility prope
For positionable elements, defines the position of the top edge of an layer element's box relative to the top edge of the next outermost block content
Assigning a new URL to this property does not work with inline layers (ilayer elements) in Navigator 4
Return a reference to the positionable element whose stacking z-order is above or below the current element, but only within the context of the shar
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