I just need to know why the iframe placed at the right hand side of the site at [url removed, login to view] wraps round when the window is too small for it to fit in, whereas the main part of the site sticks together and can be scrolled to if the window is too small for it all to be visible. What would the developers need to do to make the iframe stick with the other content so that it would always be at the right hand side, even if the browser window is small? I'm hoping to pay about $5 for this, or $10 if you can answer both questions immediately! The page in the iframe is ours, but the site is not ours and we don't have access to it. I will be talking to their developers this morning about how to keep our part on the right hand side, so I need an answer ASAP. Thanks!
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