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layers and current browsers

I am a web developer. I was working on layers a couple of years ago and they seemed to working good. I had some examples and created a few versions using layers myself, like moving over a layer and having color change or size change. Recently I went back to my layers examples because I thought my may have a use for layers on a web site I am working on. I tried my old examples and nothing works. I was using Netscape 7.1, realizing IE doesn't support layers. I wonder you the newer Ver. of Netscape just doesn't support layers anymore?
I tried going back to basics and I just can't make any layer do anything. Like changing size or color of a
Layer like the following 2 lines: layer.document.layers["eventchoice1"].left ='38';
document.layers["eventchoice1"].bgColor ='#00ff33';

Using a function call in a link for instance.
<LAYER id="eventchoice1" NAME="eventchoice1" bgcolor="red" height=19 width="100" LEFT=3 TOP=10 clip="125, 19" onMouseOver="lchange()">
<A HREF=""> hello layer is then working</a> </LAYER>
Where the Javascript function call lchange() contains the above size and color value change lines. Java script is in the head in the script tag.
I then also try external CSS file and no dice.

I am a web designer with a 4 year decree. I realize the smallest error or conflicting variables can make it just not work, but I tried everything. It is only a simple script.

Any suggestions? Or suggestions on where to get good references. But a solution to my problem would be great.

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