About the sticky sidebar

Sorry for the delay, I used a jQuery plugin called Scroll Follow along with a Drupal module called JQ

After you install the JQ Drupal module, you need to put the js file in sites/all/plugins and then activate it from the the Drupal administration interface yourdomain.com/admin/settings/jq

I suggest you read all the examples in the home page of Scroll Follow before deciding the suitable code, and finally you will put your javascript code to wherever you find best (for Drupal 6, your theme's script.js is good enough. For 7, you need to mention script.js or any other theme script in the .info file of your theme)

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