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  • Resolved kbane


    Howdy everyone.. I have a Default theme WordPress site up at wowdojo . com.

    I had previously done a very basic change using the admin interface and changed the colors on the header to a reddish/yellow.

    Now I want to change the image. I did this easily enough by renaming the kubrickheader.jpg.

    My problem is that the colors I originally changed in the header are overwriting my image. How do I get the red/yellow colors to not show up so I can see the kubrickheader.jpg?

    Thanks for any help!

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  • Try replacing the following line:

    background: #d5d6d7 url('images/kubrickbgcolor.jpg');

    in your css with this:

    background: transparent;

    Does that work?

    I changed the line you said under the #header section in style.css and it didn’t work.

    I have the image up now so you can see where the image is and where the color is overlapping.

    Thanks again!

    I think I got it, I just went into header settings/advanced and selected default colors.

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