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Get rid of original header image background after reloading new image?

  • I managed to upload a new image on default kubrick header design by replacing the original image with new image under the same name.

    But I still have the same header background but the new image layered on top. I have deleted original image.jpg from image file.

    Have spent a lot of hours trying to sort the problem and coming up with nothing. Please help..

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    Thanks

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  • IN your CSS file you have this

    #header {
    
    	background: #73a0c5 url('images/kubrickheader.jpg') no-repeat bottom center;
    
    	}

    You need to get rid of the #73a0c5 and change it to the colour of the background of the page which is #D5D6D7.

    hi, I seemed to have the reverse problem: I cannot get rid of the header’s background color: it covers up almost all of the picture I want to show on the header,
    please HELP!

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