Here's the regular information.

Of course you could test for larger screen sizes and make use of that space too.
Even if you shrink the browser, that part will remain over there on the right

How I do make use of this Screen Real Estate?

You know, -- 800x600 is the standard for a web page.     However what about those who have screen sizes that are larger (ie. 1024x768?   Those persons could be 60-70%). There is a potential width of at least 220px or more, that still could be used!

Here's a brief exclamation:
Because there is only about 2% or less that do not have JavaScript enabled, we can test for screen size in the <HEAD>. In the <BODY>, within a JavaScript test, have an <IFRAME> which includes the extra information. If the test turns out to be false, include that link somewhere else. View the source code for the details. Change line #211 to false to see it in action.

Now just for the fun of it, take a look version #2

The reason for doing it this way, in comparison to the fluid CSS way that is spoken of, is that you have information that you need to be FIXED in size. Otherwise, the fluid method would be fine if it's just text.

... And more regular information is down here. ...

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