My first instinct was to make an iframe, but a quick search showed that spiders don’t pick them up, or if they do, it only picks up the page that is contained in the iframe. There was, however a way that you can get text to appear in the place of the iframe, but that is only for browsers that do not support iframes. I had tried it out, but only saw a blank frame instead of what I wanted.
At this point, I could have said, well, I guess it can’t be done at all, but I thought to myself that there must be a way to do it, and that I just haven’t found how to do it just yet. As it turns out, this is the case, as I did some searching and landed on this page, which explained how to do it with some dead simple HTML coding. Two minutes later, I had the links list scrolling magically. I’m making this post scroll as well, just to show off the new “toy” that I discovered. 😉