A couple of comments before I do what you suggest, which does not eliminate the scroll bars, which is my problem. I have been on a YoWindow Forum which generated these comments.
1. It's strange you mention the scrollbars are browser related because that was mentioned. I use only IE9, as do most of my friends. We see the scrollbars. I switched to Firefox and did not see the scrollbars, as one user suggested, who had the same experience. The problem comes back in that we are all IE users.
2. Another user suggested that you could not use the 170 width, 150 hight frame border i.e. " frameborder="0" width="170" height="150" with the same dimensions on items within the frame, i.e. "swf&width=170&height=150&". That's why I was trying to change the WordPress code.
3. Another user suggested code inserts to eliminate the scrollbars, but it also eliminates the part of the widget under the scrollbars, which does not solve the problem.
I would appreciate your inputs on these comments before I go ahead and make the changes you suggest, especially when I must point out this is only one port, Boca Raton. When I'm on a cruise and posting articles I have to add two or three ports and change them about every other day. We will hit as many as 20 ports on a cruise, meaning I would have to alter the code as you suggest 20 times and still have scrollbars???????? Let's look close at the browser problem and see if there is permanent code to make it work on all browsers without scroll bars, like it does for us on Firefox. Thanks for your support, Gary