You could always put WordPress in an iframe, but my personal opinion is that it's confusing to the viewer having 2 scrollbars.
<iframe src="http://www.yoururl/yourblog/index.php?cat=4" name="whatever" scrolling="auto" width="500" height="500" frameborder="0">
Note the cat=4, I use that for control over what catagory the user will see when the menu is all linked up.
Now that I have a basic blog, I will be redesigning all of the static pages to have the look of my blog page. The intent here is to have the members of this club do their own website submissions in at least 10 of the present menu pages.
I have never been able to get the upload function working, so I am going to resort to having the members update the site with their text and send me their images for editing, optimizing, uploading and inserting. It's ok that my upload function doesn't work because I don't want them uploading images that are too large in dimensions, and file size.
This will be a very stiped down blog where there will be no ability to comment, there will be no sidebar at the bottom, other than "Archives". There will be an About page renamed to Member Posts which will outline how to make a post and give them the url to the "WordPress" posts page with their own username and password.
Anyone know if there are templates for the WordPress posts screen? I would like to strip that one down as well.
So far I have had quite a bit of fun with this stuff. Interesting indeed.