This should be a fairly simple project for someone with decent CSS and JS skills. If you visit [url removed, login to view] You'll see my sales letter. What I want to do is add a live chat button that will sit directly to the right of the sales letter and be fixed there when visitors scroll. You can see an pieced together layout shot at [url removed, login to view] I'll need two versions of the new layout as I'm not sure which way will look best until I see it. 1) Both of them horizontally centered on the page 2) The sales letter centered with the chat box placed directly to the right of the salesletter. As stated, the chat box needs to remain stationary as visitors scroll down the page. obviously this will need to be cross-browser compatible and work in various resolutions ( I'm aware that 600X800 will cut off a small portion of the chat box). I need this done within the next 24-48 hours so if you can't get it done in this timeframe, please don't bid...thanks. The code necessary for the chatbox is in an attached zip file.
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unix server, compatible with all major browsers