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[Resolved] Pilcrow: Using custom images for random headers

  • I want to use custom header images in Pilcrow and have them display randomly. I selected the “Random” option on the “Header” page under Appearance in wp-admin, then uploaded my header images to wp-content/themes/pilcrow/images/headers, which is where the default images are located.

    However, the site still only displays the default images. The only way I can get mine to display is to rename them to the same names as the defaults (books.jpg, pattern.jpg and record.jpg), but I want to be able to have more than three headers. How do I fix this?

    Thanks in advance!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/pilcrow/

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  • Ian Stewart

    @iandstewart

    Theme Wrangler

    Hi, Steph. The random headers should work without renaming if you use the uploader at Appearance → Header to upload them to your Media Library.

    I hope that helps!

    Hello, I downloaded the Custom Header plug in because I would like to display different header images on different pages, but it does not work and I cannot edit the header images through the header.php file. Also, I cannot remove images uploaded in the Appearance –> Header screen, even though I have deleted them from my media folder.

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