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  • martzee05


    I still have the issue with replacing Kubrick header and cannot figure out how to do it. The original one is till sitting at its place and doesn’t want to go…
    I tried to change CSS as well as uploading the new image under the same default name, reload header, update button and still nothing, what am I doing wrong?

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  • esserd



    I hesitate to tell you how I solved my problem since it took me so long to figure out an in retrospect was so obvious. Perhaps you have the same problem.

    I am developing a blog and wanted to do it on my laptop first before signing up a server. So I followed the directions on the wp site and downloaded not only wordpress v2.6.3 (to C:\wordpress), but also xampplite which runs MySql and Apache. I downloaded that software to C:\xampplite.

    My error was that I mistakenly thought I only had one version of wordpress on my machine and that it was at C:\wordpress\etc… So I made all my changes to the templates in that directory structure.

    However, it turns out when you download xampplite you also download wordpress to something like C:\xampplite\htdocs\wordpress\etc. And this is where the wordpress software runs from. So for a full weekend I was making changes to the wrong styles.css file and it wasn’t until 3 days later it dawned on me to do a file search on my whole C drive to find all versions of kubrick_header.

    Hope this helps though I suspect you’ve already checked this.



    are you making changes to the right files? you could always name your header to be kubrickheader.jpg or what ever the original is.



    Hello Martzee05,

    Have you tried searching on the forum before starting this topic. The issue has been resolved before and you can find it right here:

    And the solution to your problem is right here

    Good luck.


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