CSS and removing that UGLY Kubrik blue box in the header
I am about to tear my hair out.
I am using WordPress 1.5 with the default template. I have made some changes to the template, but the one thing I *cannot* get rid of is the big ugly blue box at the top in the header.
I see that is a header image is called: kubrickheader.jpg. In the styles.css it is stated that “All CSS that involves the use of images, can be found in the ‘index.php’ file.”
There are at least 3 files named ‘index.php’. For the life of me, I can’t find any references to *any* images in *any* of the index.php files.
Can someone PLEASE tell me:
A) Which Index.php file is referenced in the syle.css file
B) Exactly what I need to do to remove the stupid blue box and edit the text within it?
(Please note, I’ve removed *all* references to the header in teh stylesheet.css, and nothing changes. I’ve even cleared out my cache, and everything is still there.
Thank you very much.
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