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  • A blue border usually indicates a hypertext link. Is there an anchor tag around your image?

    Got a link ?

    That might address the blue border. As far as the default image showing up, did you edit the header.php for your theme to pull up your new logo ?

    NP, don’t talk nonsenses… without taking a look at the website they are asking about.
    The famous “blue thing” is in the default theme – NOT a hypertext link.

    I appreciate your willingness to help – just don’t post misleading “advices”.

    That’s why I asked him for a link. Who know what’s he’s done to his header. Excuse me!

    At first glance at your page source, looks like you have your #page and/or your #header selectors screwed up.

    The #page selector is defined in the default style.css for your theme, but then you go and define it again in the header.php of your theme(so it would appear anyway).

    Try removing your #page selector you’ve got in your theme’s header.php(if that’s where you have it). Then take a good look at all your selectors, cause from what I can tell, you have some defined more than once, and some tweaking should fix your issue.

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