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  • I’m using the kubrick theme, and am using an image to replace the default blue motif. My problem is that when loading a page (before it is cached) I’m getting what might be called “a flash of unstyled content”. In other words, the default blue of the theme is visible until my header graphic (or the css) loads. If I could change that blue into white then I’d have no problem, as that’s my background color. Any ideas on how/where I can fix this?

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  • what’s the kb of the image? can you optimise it to speed up load time or can you not change the background to the white?

    i am getting these same issues.

    ok so i figured it out! you have to go to your style.css file in your themes folder. you will have to scroll down to line 224 – 230. You should see a code the looks like this but with out the 000000, Change it.

    #header {
    	background-color: #000000;
    	margin: 0 0 0 1px;
    	padding: 0;
    	height: 200px;
    	width: 758px;

    you can make it black or white or whatever.

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