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  • My WordPress Version is 2.2

    Also, My header.php doesn’t have this part :-
    #header {
    background: url(“<?php bloginfo(‘stylesheet_directory’); ?>/images/wc_header.jpg”)
    no-repeat bottom center; }
    #headerimg {
    margin: 7px 9px 0;
    height: 192px;
    width: 740px; }

    I found a solution to work around the problem, albeit one which most would avoid at a certain cost – time and effort.

    Here it goes.

    I couldn’t figure out the problem after many hours. So i installed a whole new WordPress blog under a new sub-directory
    and redirected all traffic from

    The first thing i did is to upload the new kubrickheader.jpg to see if it worked.

    IT DID!

    And it even came up under the admin page ‘s Header Image and colors. Smooth!

    Next, i migrated my plugins & widgets settings and blog posts. And any codes to be added to sidebar, header or footer phps.

    So everything is fine now.

    Except i have to uninstall my previous WordPress from and re-migrate everything back if i want.


    perhaps the multiple plugins i added and tweaked have somehow ‘flawed’ it’s performance. Maybe i have to re-install WordPress once in a while to keep it running optimal.

    “May this dispel the darkness when all other lights have gone out”
    -The Witch in Lord of the Ring as i remember it.

    And so i hope this helps someone out there when he or she has no one nor solution to count on, just as Frodo and Samwise have each other.

    And so this ends the 12 hours episode of
    The Missing Kubrick Header.

    Signing out,

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