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Absolute Floating Menu

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Floating menu that follows user scrolling.
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Floating menu that follows user scrolling. Just create an absolutely-positioned DIV block with menu in it and leave the rest to the script, which will ensure that the menu will return to the specified browser window corner when the user scrolls the page. Javascript turned off just means the menu will stay in its initial place. Can function as a jQuery plugin or standalone.

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Free
Licence Type
Free
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Submitted on
24th February 2006
Last Updated
28th February 2011
Licence Type
Freeware
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(1138 ratings)
Average User Rating: 4.8/5
perfect script
Reviewed byAnonymousonFri, 29th March 2013
Rating 4 - Very Good
awesume working code..solves my all problem
Simple and powerful script
Reviewed byJayonFri, 6th January 2012
Rating 5 - Excellent
Excellent and very useful script. Worked like a charm on Firefox. But could not make it work on IE8. The DIV moves to the top-left corner and stays there.
Really amazing script
Reviewed byAnonymousonWed, 21st July 2010
Rating 5 - Excellent
Really easy to work with and fully functional moving div script. I just added my own menu to div and it worked in all listed browser. Not work under IE8.
wdraco
Sat, 21st August 2010
Could you contact me through www.jtricks.com feedback feature? I am unable to reproduce your problem with IE8.
JTricks' floating menu is a very clean and functional script
Reviewed byAnonymousonFri, 18th May 2007
Rating 5 - Excellent
Recently I was marking-up large blocks of text ill-suited for being broken into multiple pages, and need a floating menu enabling in page navigation. I tried many scripts, and tried coding my own. Nothing came close to this. It does not throw any errors/warnings, nor leak memory noticeably. It's a true div, workable for more than menus. Easy to implement, 3k in size, and degrades cleanly to an absolutely positioned div. Outstanding!
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