Posts like “?p=18” are generated without backgound image
Hello, hope someone can help me solve my little problem.
I’m not a coder, and I’m learning CSS on the fly, but I set up a WordPress blog with the Kurbrik theme a few months ago, and made quite a few modifications in the style sheet to reflect a home page design & colors.
I tried to tweak the php to get rounded corners into the box, but gave up on that task when my changes didn’t carry over to every page on the site.
I then turned the blog posting over to another person. Recently, I have returned to the news duties. Today, I made a horrible discovery — the post pages are very hard to read because a background image isn’t included in each post as it’s page is generated.
for example: http://cgi.unk.edu/artblog/?p=15
I don’t know if this is due to an oversight in the style sheet, or if I mucked something up in the php. Is there a help file that might help me get this fixed or can someone suggest a correction.
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