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How to add a sticky sidebar

  • Hi
    Is there a simple way to add a button that sticks to the sidebar on every page of your wordpress site?

    many thanks

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  • esmi

    @esmi

    Forum Moderator

    Yes – edit your sidebar template file and add the button to the template. Or, if the sidebar is widget-ready, add it via a Text widget.

    Not sure if I got that across correctly. I meant browser sidebar. An example would be the element on the left of this page

    http://www.werockyourweb.com/css-vertically-horizontally-center

    It moves with your scrolling. I don;t need it to bounce like the one on that page but need a button to stick to the browsers sidebar on ever page of my site.

    Hope you can help

    Many thanks

    Ok. If you look here http://centreofenterprise.com/
    I want that on the right. Is there an easy way to do that? At the moment thats just a Hijaked Twitter plugin but that uses flash. I just want a simple image to appear on ever page like that.

    Any help is really appreciated

    If you find a way to do that, I’d love to follow the thread!

    Any takers to this yet?

    I can do this, are you still looking for a fix? I don’t know how to do it as a plug-in / widget-thing, I do it by handcoding but i can give you some copy n paste to set this up. I use a bunch of this on my website at: http://graphicviolence.co.uk – resize your browser window and watch the coffee cup and chocolate biscuit graphics. These images sit in divs with absolute positioning values. If you need more just say.
    t
    London

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