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arrgh! header has disappeared

  1. hi all,
    so i paid for the css upgrade, made my changes offline using a text editor and pushed them back onto my blog (http://www.fussbucket.wordpress.com). the header is sitting in my uploads area but missing from the blog. i'm looking at it on my macbook via firefox (version 2.0.0.3) with no security programs. any suggestions?

    i'd also like to remove the black border and global nav links at the top of the page, and move the links down to the menu bar. it seems like this is html but i'm wondering if there's a workaround for that.

    thanks for your help!

  2. Just for reference, teh correct link to your blog is http://fussbucket.wordpress.com The 'www' used like that is actually incorrect as the 'fussbucket' takes the place of it. Using both would be a broken link for most folks and many search engine spiders.

    You have to add in the header image URL to the CSS file for it to show up. It's with teh order of how the CSS files are loaded in the blog's header.

    I'm real bad with CSS so I'll let one of the other folks pitch in on the second half.

  3. kristincostello
    Member

    thanks for the info. the header image url is hanging out as an embedded style, but not showing up on the site. anywhere else i need to place the url? i also noticed that i'm getting an error message which seems like it may be related (see bottom of post).
    thanks again,
    kristin

    Embedded Styles from http://fussbucket.wordpress.com/

    @import url( http://s.wordpress.com/blank.css );
    #pic { background: url(http://fussbucket.files.wordpress.com/2007/04/fussbucket6_banner.jpg) no-repeat; }
    .recentcomments a{display:inline !important;padding: 0 !important;margin: 0 !important;}

    http://s.wordpress.com/blank.css
    /* mooooooo */

    http://s.wordpress.com/wp-content/themes/h3/global.css?2
    img.latex { vertical-align: middle; border: none; }
    form.contact-form { width: 100%; text-align: left; }
    form.contact-form textarea { width: 96%; }
    form.contact-form label { float: none; display: inline; }
    .form-error, form.contact-form p label.form-error { color: maroon; }

  4. The CSS file generated by the CSS upgrade shows up after all that. It comes last in the head.

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