How can i get the floating layer to stop scrolling at a certain point on the page so that it does not 'run into' my other elements on the top and bottom of the page.

If you will look at my page:
http://increased-online-traffic.com/Big-Search-Engine-List-A.asp , you can see exactly what i mean. I attempted to let the box ride under the elements but this is too tedious and looks ugly.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. I am new to DHTML and spent hours yesterday trying to resolve this issue.


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Last Post by xbob

I think you just need to modify the "startY" value in the script.

May I also give you a personal opinion? Don't do this... most users find scrolling elements like this extremely annoying. It won't get you any more clicks on your ads; in fact, the overall impact on click-throughs will probably be negative.

Just put them under your navigation buttons, and leave them there. Take as a guide professional sites, such as DaniWeb. Sophisticated users know what ads are, and what they are FOR. Waving them in my face isn't necessary.


Just put them under your navigation buttons, and leave them there.

Thanks for the advice, I took it. It was too much work and it really wasn't my idea in the first place. :lol:

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