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I have a menu on the left side of my website that has a fixed position.  So, no matter how far I scroll up or down the page, the menu is always in the same place on the page.  However, If I change the size of my screen it will begin to overlap the content of the page.

Is there a way to keep a div fixed vertically but not fixed horizontally?

Thanks in advance.
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Use a percentage on the horizontal.  Or position it from the right instead of the left.
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