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  • You can use CSS to position an element like that. Assume the element is a div with an id=’myfixeddiv’, the relevant part of the CSS would be like this:

    #myfixeddiv {
       position: fixed;
       left: 20%;
       top:  60px;
    }

    Of course, you would need to adjust the positioning for your own site.

    hmm isnt their any plugins that does the job? im really bad when it comes to programming and stuff 🙂

    Sorry, no plugin that I am aware of.

    hmm isnt there any java script or similar that i can add the the blogs php files?

    I gave you the only way that I know.

    can you try to describe exactly how i should add this?

    so all i need to do is to add this to the ccs file?:

    #myfixeddiv {
    position: fixed;
    left: 20%;
    top: 60px;
    }

    u wrote that i should add some kind of “div” too? what should it be on that code?

    I can’t tell you what you want to add to your site, only you know that. You may need to hire someone to do that for you. You can post a job request at jobs.wordpress.net.

    Michael

    (@alchymyth)

    Forum Moderator

    it is not within the scope of this WordPress forum to teach these basic propgramming techniques –
    please ask the question at a genaral webmaster forum;
    or learn css and html with one of the many online tutorials.

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