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Kubrick: wrong header in rss-reader (5 posts)

  1. fogruen
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    I changed the header-image in the default-Theme (Kubrick) of WP 2.0.2. Everything looks fine within a browser like Firefox, IE or Safari. But my newsreader (NetNewsWire for Mac) is showing a blue header (like the default) instead of the new one.

    Seems like Kubrick is overwriting the background-image with a header of its own (but not in usual browser-view). A reset in the options panel doesn't work. The code is somewhere hidden in functions.php and head-img.php but I'm not a programmer.

    How can I stop Kubrick from automatically generating its own header. Simply deleting the two php-files doesn't help. I've already tried that.

    Can anybody help a newbie like me?
    URL: http://www.digital-room.net

  2. Mark (podz)
    Support Maven
    Posted 8 years ago #

    I would enquire also at the Newsgator forums.

    There is no code at all - it should look raw like this to a browser ( http://feeds.feedburner.com/org/eHSW ) and if it formats any way at all it's the feedreader - in my experience anyway.

    Edit - it looks just like all the rest in FeedDemon. No problems.

  3. fogruen
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    There is definetly a code in functions.php:

    ----------------------------------
    }
    function kDefaults() {
    document.getElementById('headerimage').value = '';
    document.getElementById('advuppercolor').value = document.getElementById('uppercolor').value = '#69aee7';
    document.getElementById('advlowercolor').value = document.getElementById('lowercolor').value = '#4180b6';
    document.getElementById('header').style.background = 'url("<?php echo get_template_directory_uri(); ?>/images/kubrickheader.jpg") center no-repeat';
    document.getElementById('header').style.color = '#FFFFFF';
    document.getElementById('advfontcolor').value = document.getElementById('fontcolor').value = '';
    document.getElementById('fontdisplay').value = 'inline';
    document.getElementById('headerimg').style.display = document.getElementById('fontdisplay').value;

    -----------------------------

    if I set the "value =" from '#69aee7' to '#ffffff' the header in my newsreader turns from blue to white.

    Is there any possibility to delete the whole header-configuration-stuff in the themes-options of WP-Admin? I don't need any color-selection. Just want to show my header-image in browsers AND newsdeaders.

  4. Mark (podz)
    Support Maven
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Adding an image to a feed is a whole new ballgame to having a site header.

    http://wordlog.com/archives/2004/08/01/add-an-image-to-your-rss-20-field/
    That's old but might help.

  5. fogruen
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    I don't want to have an image within my feed! Clicking on a post in the RSS-feed leeds to a fullscreen view of the blog in the newsreader – so that the user doesn't have to start another application. But the newsreader-view is missing the header-image. All other image-files are displayed correctly.

    All I want is to kill the wp-code that prevents my newsreader from showing the orginal header-image.

    This is what it looks like in a browser:
    http://www.digital-room.net/Browser.jpg

    and this is the newsreader:
    http://www.digital-room.net/Reader.jpg

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