You need to change the layer stack order, or Z-INDEX value for it, in
order for the layer to be on top/bottom of any other overlapping layer(s),
document.layers['LAYERNAME'].zIndex will work for NS4.x,
document.all['LAYERNAME'].style.zIndex for IE4 and up and
document.getElementById('LAYERNAME').style.zIndex for IE5 and NS 6.x,
something like say ->

var upperMostzIndex=23;
var currentTopLayer;
function getUpfront(theLayer)
{
currentTopLayer.style.zIndex=theLayer.style.zIndex;
theLayer.style.zIndex=upperMostzIndex;
currentTopLayer=theLayer;
}


Dan
"aldoF" <aldo@lycosmail.com> wrote in message
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>
> In a whole document, I am using a "document division" to show/hide various
> layers. This works only with the first layer then it puts it underneath.
>
> I would like to have it relative and dynamically open in the same place.
>
>
> <div id="Austria" style="position: absolute; left: 200; top: 360;

visibility:
> hidden; width: 150; height: 115" class="yellow">
>
>
> Anybody who could help me ?
>
> Thanks Aldo