Wordpress theme design issue
My website is built, (graphically designed) to be compact. Because my background will not look good on repeat, fixed, or with a white/black gradient towards the bottom. The thing is, I need to have a fixed content area, because of the graphical nature of my site. A box, which has to remain the same size, at all times. So, my question is, can I use wordpress, in such a way, that I will get a sort of iframe, within my content area, without the content area dragging on for how long the content is ? Let me show you an example of what I want : http://s15.postimage.org/obk0ivffv/2352366d.png
Can this be done, in wordpress ? Through CSS or something ? Thank you.
Just wrap your content in a div, and set a max-height and overflow-y:scroll on that container with css.
Edit: fiddle example
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