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  1. I want to create an English version of my blog, with same layout as my basic Danish blog and partly the same content (but different language).

    So I images stay on the old blog, code content are just copied and pasted over. It seems to work fine with widgets and posts, however, I am unable to customise the header, there is only a blank field.

    I have of course tried to upload the header image to the blog in question, but it did not make any difference. I have also cleared the cache several times.

    Here is the new blog: http://notreallyafish.wordpress.com/

    Here is the old: http://annedane.wordpress.com/

    As it is exactly the same theme, the size of the image must be perfect (730x140)

    What can the problem be?

    Cheers, Anne

    PS. My browser: Firefox

  2. Some time ago now I used the same theme Regulus and had a lot of trouble uploading custom headers. My problem was that I had not included the jpg at the end of the image code or that I had included it but it was in capitals JPG rather than in lowe case letters. Once I learned that the image code had to be absolutely "perfect" I had no difficulties at all.
    Would you please post the image code you are trying to use here in this thread between back tics image code ? (The back tic is located immediately to the right of the number 1 on your keyboard in lower case under the tilde ~.)

  3. Thank you for your advice. As the image code is copied in directly from the other one, and is used in the same theme in my other browser, I don't understand...

    I don't know what back tics are, and I have a Danish keyboard, so what is right to 1 is "
    This one: ^ is close to ~ . Was it that one?

    I suppose the purpose is that the browser should not read it as code. I would be very happy to know how to do that!

  4. He he, now it works...

    You were right, the code was wrong.

    What I initially did was to insert the original header photo in a post, copy the code, and paste it into the custom header area. That was also how I initially customed the header in my original blog (I <i>think</i>... maybe I remember it wrongly)

    But what worked was to copy the code directly from the custom header area in my original blog, and paste <i>that</i> piece in...

    Thank you....

    Anne

    PS. Is it just me, or is everyday language just not made for talking about technical details ... You try to say something simple, and it sounds really complicated...

  5. Huh? What happened with the html now???

  6. I see the header image fine for both blogs using IE7.

  7. Me too using firefox2.

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