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Move ASP.NET user control on a web form as the user scrolls

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I have a ASP.NET user control which is currently fixed. What I would like to do is move the user control as the user scrolls up and down. What is the easiest way of doing this ?

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i suspect using css Float....   (top / right) but I confess to not understanding how it works properly.
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None of the above mentioned solutions worked for me. Closing this question out.

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Aditya
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None of the above mentioned solutions worked for me. Closing this question out.

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