Each layer has an
up.layer.current is set to the right layer in compilers and most events,
even if that layer is not the frontmost layer. E.g. if you're compiling a fragment for a background layer,
up.layer.current will be
the background layer during compilation.
Closes this overlay with an accepting intent, e.g. when a change was confirmed or when a value was selected.
Creates an element with the given
selector and appends it to this layer's
The alignment of this popup overlay.
Returns an array of this layer's ancestor layers.
Temporarily changes the current layer while the given function is running.
Returns this layer's child layer.
Returns whether the given
element is contained by this layer.
This layer's context.
Returns an array of this layer's descendant layers, with the closest descendants listed first.
Closes this overlay without an accepting intent, e.g. when a "Cancel" button was clicked.
This layer's outmost element.
Emits an event on this layer's element.
Whether fragment updates within this layer can affect browser history and window title.
Returns the zero-based position of this layer in the layer stack.
Returns whether this layer is no longer part of the layer stack.
Returns whether this layer is the current layer.
Returns whether this layer is the frontmost layer.
Returns whether this layer is still part of the layer stack.
Returns whether this layer is not the root layer.
Returns whether this layer is the root layer.
This layer's location URL.
This layer's mode which governs its appearance and behavior.
Unbinds an event listener previously bound with
Listens to a DOM event that originated on an element contained by this layer.
The link or form element that opened this overlay.
Returns this layer's parent layer.
Dismisses all descendant overlays, making this layer the frontmost layer in the layer stack.
The position of this popup overlay.
The size of this overlay.
Synchronizes this layer with the rest of the page.
This layer's window title.