Didn't you find this effect annoying with ads? I personally would prefer to not have some artificial navigation control covering the content I'm trying to read. If I figured out a way to scroll the page down, It's pretty likely that I have a way to scroll it back up. The floating button trick might have been useful before the mouse's scroll wheel (or similar control) but it often appears more klunky than necessary. If your pages are so long that one or two flicks with a scroll wheel don't get you where you want to be, then the page is probably just too long to keep anyone's attention regardless of the controls you provide. My $0.02 is that a web developer should provide the cleanest-looking and most efficient working solution... let the sales and marketing people be responsible for making the site's content ugly <g> --- original message --- I am looking for some help in finding how to create a button (most probably in a layer, I guess) that will remain stationary in position on a page as the page scrolls down, so that it never moves out of sight along with the other elements on the page. I have seen this effect somewhere recently with ads, but have not been able to find it since.