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I am editing a plugin, and I need to make it so that this line <h4><span><strong>100%</strong></span> which ends up making a circle with a number in it, show up in the top right of the website instead of in its random spot, how can I make it so it is in a certain area? This is the line that needs to be moved, <h4><span><strong>100%</strong></span> Thanks, and sorry for the noobish question

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There is nowhere near enough information to answer your question. – s_ha_dum Jan 27 '13 at 0:57
Once you add the id that @AramSahradyan suggested, I would suggest you remove the span and strong tags and replace any functionality they are achieving in your CSS file. Your HTML is very cluttered. Just my 2 cents. – Dan Jan 27 '13 at 2:18

HTML code:

<h4 id="yourId"><span><strong>100%</strong></span></h4>

CSS: code

#yourId { position: top: 10px; right: 10px; position: absolute; }

If you need it to stay always there even if you're scrolling then use this one

#yourId { position: top: 10px; right: 10px; position: fixed; }
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