After linking your menu to your pages, you may easily position it at your preferred spot using any of the two following methods:
Window-Relative Positioning (default method):
Menu is positioned relative to a corner or edge of the browser window.
Element-Relative Positioning (positioning relative to a Page Element):
Menu is positioned next to a selected element of the page, after inserting a <SPAN> section at that particular position.
Both methods are explained thoroughly in the "How Do I -> Position the menu relative to a page element" section.
Do note move the "AllWebMenus menu-linking code" from the beginning of the page! (i.e. from right after the <body> tag)
If you do so, you may have problems with Netscape and older browsers! Positioning is implemented using the two positioning methods, not by moving this section from the beginning of the page. See Correct Placement of the menu-linking code for more info on why the position of the menu-linking code is irrelevant from the actual position where the menu is specified to appear.