Are "freeze panes" in the "edit menu" possible so the tabs inserted there do not scroll down with the body text?

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On the left side of the body of my web site (on ALL my site's pages and under the "edit menu") I have inserted "tabs" to click on to take you to the different particular web pages of my site you want to navigate to.  Those tabs (about 10 of them) currently are locked in WITH the BODY of the page so that they disappear with the top of the web page as I scroll down my long pages. (It is a resume portfolio.) Can that left "menu" column of tabs be "frozen" so that they are constantly in sight even though you can scroll down each page - as you can optionally create in Excel if you'd like?
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Thanks Peter... I read the part about "HTML anchor links" and really like that idea.  I'll add those!!  I also saw this other web site's "FLOATING MENU" there in a particular section of his site and that is exactly what I would like on the left side of each of my site's pages -  so when you scroll the down page the menu stays put and can access it easily without scrolling back to the top of the page....!!  Only problem is... the website the fella had to show "how" to do it was dead.
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Hello Mike,

Floating Menus as a pane would need to be checked in regards to responsiveness. Such a menu may not be functional on a mobile device and may be placed "unpredictably" on your mobile pages.

Your best be would be to trial it on a test site before implementing it on your real site.
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Thank you, Gop.  Once I figure out how it can be done (I'm not extremely computer literate like many of you - Lol) I will trial it on a test page first...  I did see another fella's site that had that (and seemed to work great), but his link to the instructions for that was dead...
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Hi Mike
Use the HTML widget,should work. Not the text widget
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Hi Mike
some of the image url is missing from the code I sent. here is my email address petersauer@shaw.ca drop me an email and I will send you a file with both codes in it.
Peter
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Thanks Peter... I used the "HTML Code" widget, but to no avail... (??) The "old style TEXT widgets" I mentioned I had used (4 years ago, or so and still have) are only for "text" throughout my site and were THE text widgets used when I first built the site back then...  Yola didn't have the "new" style text widgets they use today, but, still make the "old style" available for me because that is what I used then - and still have on my site today... I don't think that should make a difference with that HTML Code widget because it creates its own box when dragged into the body of the site...
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Hi Mike
it seems this message format drops part of long tailed urls send me an email at petersauer@shaw.ca and I will send you the correct codes in a file
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Thanks Peter... I will email you in this evening (have to run out at the moment) I appreciate it...!!