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how to add .html header image to wordpress? Please help!!

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by audi008, Jul 25, 2009.

  1. audi008

    audi008 Newbie

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    Hello,

    I created a header image using Photoshop, and added some links on image. So, image saved as .html file!

    Now, I already uploaded this .html extension image to my wordpress theme. However, I have no idea of where I should put this image to replace the current one??

    The image is now located at http://mysite.com/wp-content/uploads/header-images.html

    So, anyone can tell me where I should insert this url to show the new header image??

    Any help would be appreciated!

    Thanks in advance!!
     
  2. Corey

    Corey Newbie

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    It's hard to say without knowing what theme you are using. If there is a header image already there, you can try replacing that image with the one that you created by saving it the same name and type that the original heading image is.
     
  3. audi008

    audi008 Newbie

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    Hi,

    Thanks for reply!!

    I use this wordpress theme:

    http://wordpresssupplies.com/wp-content/uploads/themes/greenpro-10-m.jpg

    I know where to put image file, .png, .jpeg, .gif to replace header image.

    but what about .html? where should I insert http://mysite.com/header-image.html
    to add my new image??

    Thanks!
     
  4. geezer101

    geezer101 Junior Member

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    Go to design, then finder header.php, and replace it all with your code from the header-image.html file. Chances are it will mess up the layout, but might give u an idea of what to do next. If images don't load check the path. If there are lots, it might be easier to save your file as header-image.php and add it as an include in the normal header.php file (deleting what's there already)
     
  5. audi008

    audi008 Newbie

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    Yeah, thanks for reply, and I did the same as you told. but the whole layout totally mess up, it appeared a correct image table, but nothing loaded!