I need help with positioning a div element

So, im working on a game called money simulator, its located at https://clicker-game-test.glitch.me/
but as you can see, there is a scrolling box in the middle of nowhere, i want the box to be on the right and i dont want it to go down like that

heres my code if you need it

   <div class="box">
    <button id="worker" class="buy" data-speed="1">
      Buy worker +1dps - 25$
    <button id="manager" class="buy" data-speed="4">
      Buy manager +4dps - 650$

i know i need css for this

my current css

.box {
    display: inline-block;
    text-align: center;
    border-left: 5px solid #303030;
    padding: 5px;
    font: 24px/36px sans-serif;
    width: auto;
    height: 100vh;
    overflow: scroll;

Now, I am not an expert at HTML and CSS,
but as of what I can see

Based of the size of the buttons, you haven’t given them enough space. And you’re using a scroll function in CSS.
Try the same thing as you got right now, but without overflow: scroll;
If that doesn’t work, try using % to define the size of the object since monitors got different sizes So like 72px might look perfect on a 17" 720p monitor, but horrible on a 24" 1080p monitor.
Therefore you use 10% instead of 72px.

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I dont get it, i have no 72px anywhere in my code, anyways i asked about positioning it and making it go to the right like this http://prntscr.com/nu1zm7

I just used 72px as an example. I never said you used 72px.

Oh ok, thanks for the help!

No problem, now keep in mind, as I said I am no expert at HTML and CSS, I just pointed out what I saw could be a flaw in the code based of the issue that you described.

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back to the topic, anywas is someone gonna help me position it