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  • Might I humbly suggest this article for some hints from a relatively new WordPress user: How to Install and Style WordPress 2.5

    I have modified my blog starting from the basic Kubrick theme. Although I do not presently use graphic headers and footers on my blog, I previously experimented with new graphic headers and footers. When I did this, I also had to create a new “slice” to fill in the page between the header and footer graphic. In the Kubrick theme, this “slice” is called kubrickbgwide.jpg and is found in the image directory of the default theme. It would appear that you will have to do something similar for your blog.

    I hope this helps.

    Thanks, that seemed to do the trick. Odd that I didn’t have to add that slice on my other blog, but at least it’s working.


    Glad to help. Is your site still under development? If you don’t mind a little constructive criticism, here are a couple of impressions:

    First of all, the black background makes things very difficult to read.

    I do like the header and the customized navigation buttons.

    When I check my site, I do it in three browsers: Firefox, IE, and Opera.
    I am presently using IE6 and the page formatting is very different from the other two browsers.


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