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  1. I have been modifying the Kubrick theme and have it working
    almost as I would like... (I know there are still issues with the sidebar, but I will get to that)

    Except... when I click on Leave a Comment on a post, the page comes up
    with the kubrickbgwide.gif in the background. I see it in the source
    code, with an !important tag, but I don't want that image.

    The URL is: http://blog.pw2web.com/2010/01/10/test-post-1/

    Any ideas on how to get rid of that background image? I can't see it anywhere in the CSS.

    Thanks for your help!

    The blog I need help with is blog.pw2web.com.

  2. We cannot see the background image.

    This blog is protected, to view it you must log in.

    I hope you're into photoshop because if you read this entry then you will begin to comprehend what's ahead for you http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/problems-removing-border-around-page?replies=5#post-383627
    http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/flexible-kubrick?replies=9#post-412001

  3. Also please note that this support forum is ONLY for the use of wordpress.COM users. We do not provide support for any bloggers other than those who have issues with blogs that are free hosted by wordpress.COM . The correct forum for those who are self hosting wordpress.ORG installs is here http://wordpress.ORG/support/

  4. Thanks, timethief. I apologize about the log-in - thought I had it removed.

    After reading the entries linked I decided to give K2 a try instead. I got it working relatively quickly and painlessly, with no major surprises. Just need to tweak some of the typography and I'll be ready to go live.

    I am on the WordPress.com site - I decided to try it instead of hosting the blog on my server.

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