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  • hi
    have you checked the Appearance >> header ?

    Hi @giulioravizza,

    I have checked your site and the current image is coming through the style.css file.

    .page-mycarousel {
        background: url(./images/page-header-bg.jpg) repeat scroll 0 0 / cover #143745;
        box-shadow: 0 7px 10px -10px #000;
        background-repeat: no-repeat;
        background-position: center center;
        -webkit-background-size: cover;
        background-size: cover;
        position: relative;
        box-shadow: 0 7px 10px -10px #000;
        height: 400px;
        margin-bottom: 80px;

    If you have to do dynamic for all the pages then you need the help of developer to do this thing dynamic.


    Thank you @bikram-singh and @ketuchetan for your help! I appreciate that 🙂

    @bikram-singh: if I click on Appearance from the WordPress HP, I do not have “Header” among my choices (I see “Themes”, “Customize”, “Widgets”, “Menues”, “Background”, “Plugins” and “Editor”).

    @ketuchetan: I could be ok with th same header picture for all pages. Is there any way to load a new photo (for all)?

    Hi @giulioravizza,

    you can change the image for all the pages by changing this path into your css file.

    background: url(/images/page-header-bg.jpg) repeat scroll 0 0 / cover #143745;


    Hi @ketuchetan,

    I tried buy something went wrong. Hete’s what I did:
    Personalize >> Header Settings >> Custom CSS >> Pasted your code within the /* signs.

    Any idea on why it is not working? Also, where should I load the image I’d like to publish int he header?

    Thanks again for your kind help,

    Hi Giulio,

    have you solved?How?

    @ketuchetan: i’ve find the string you have wrote in css file called light.css under wp-content\themes\bluestreet\css.

    i’ve change the string with another image, but never change. Is wordpress chaching something? I try also to delete the string but i’ve the same result.

    Thanks in advance

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