Huge thank you to =fluf-studios who helped me figure out this code!
To learn how adding a background image to your custom box works, make sure to read =TaNa-Jo
's wonderful Custom Box Tutorial
. The same sort of concept can be used here.
Scrolling Custom Box Widgets
<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><div class="previewbox"><div class="popup2-moremenu"><div class="floaty-boat"><br><img src="IMAGE URL"></div></div><div class="gr-box gr-genericbox"><div class="pp"><div class="pp">CONTENT HERE</div></div></div></div>
To increase or decrease the height of the widget, add or remove <br
> from the beginning of the code.
If you insert a custom box background, the content of the widget will match the height of your background, possibly leaving you with a giant awkward gap at the bottom of your widget. For tips to fix this, check out the tutorial linked below.Scrolling Non-Custom Box Widgets
This method uses the same code but is a little more complex, so I have a tutorial for it here:
Works for any widget that has a text box.