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Hi all.i have some question about fixed ads.i want to put the ad on my sidebar but in fixed one.where his will alwasy on sidebar when user scroll down and up they mouse.any idea to do this?.. tanks in advance.

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    It can be done with CSS fixed positioning. Here's a better discussion: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6794000/fixed-position-but-relative-to-container

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    insert your ads in this div

    you can fixed only one ads

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    Hi,which you mean "in this div" ?.. i don't see any coder their?..

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    @user_7989517 post your site link here and you want to fixed your ads only or total sidebar? i will give solutions for you

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    Hi thisworld4u,i just want to fixed only the ads and not for all sidebar.this is my site http://pingje.org. tanks alot for you help.. ;)

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    Hi i have to it with this code http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7180188/how-to-create-a-scrolling-or-static-sidebar-menu but thosend work,can you try it or corectly it?.

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