Ive just finished designing and building my site and its for a design company that im starting up, so SEO isn't super important at this momment in time, but I will be gradually building links etc. But my design of the site got me thinking. Very basically, Where my text is, its in a box that's 500px tall, and if more text is there than what can fit in the box then a scroll bar appears. So it got me thinking. If I was to write a really big article for SEO purposes, and the majority of the article was actually below the box so you had to scroll to read it. Does that effect SEO in anyway? Does that make a difference in the eyes of Google? Basically the design of the site is a fixed height and width design and all "business" content is made to fit, but if I wanted to add extra pages purely for SEO, and extra content but you need to scroll to read it, does that make any difference? Its not the browser window scroll bar, its an actual scroll bar due to text overflowing a div scroll bar, a man made scroll bar basically. Whats everybody's thoughts?