How does one eliminate or override the blue rounded rectangle that seems to persist in the header of the default template set?
I’ve managed to tweak the fonts and a few other items in style.css, and created a replacement for “kubrickheader.jpg” but I can’t seem to either:
a) eliminate the default blue header display completely, or
b) make that same default header image transparent, or
c) force my jpg image to overlay the default header
I’ve read a few tutorials and done a few searches, but can’t seem to find the answer. I’ve also searched my *.css and likely-seeming *.php files for the color strings which appear in the built-in header editor, hoping to sniff out those strings and discover the place where the code snippets needing exorcism might reside.
I even tried to use the codex — there’s a special place in Hell for the twisted mind(s) that concocted that maddening maze of demonic circular linking. It reminds me of those old DOS PC games wherein one wrong turn landed you back at the start.
I’m no coder but I am at least a third-rate code butcher with the mind of a thief. If anyone might be so kind as to point me in the right direction it would surely be appreciated. Needless to say, I would not feel at all insulted if someone could simply provide a magic pill.
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