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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.

Thanks.

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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.

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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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