Monday, November 27, 2006

Help

Does anyone know how to add my own picture to my header?? I have been working on this all night and I can't figure it out. I have even thought about switching to another blog host besides blogger. I opened an account with wordpress and this is what I created. Now if I could just figure out how to do this with blogger. Otherwise I may have to end my relationship with blogger. I even tried typepad, but couldn't figure out how to add my own picture. I want to make my blog unique and I am just really struggling with this.

Please help. I am willing to offer cash to anyone that can help me.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Once you create a graphic you want as your header, it should just be a matter of uploading to somewhere, like your flickr account or anywhere else internet accessible, and adding the html code to your blogger template page.

(img src="http://*.*/header.jpg" /)

replace the < with (...

It's been a while since I worked with blogger, I moved to wordpress back in Feb.

Anonymous said...

replace the < with (...

reverse that... it's ( with <

should know better to type without my glasses.

Dee said...

E-mail me if you still need help. voicesinmymind AT gmail.com

amy h said...

On Typepad, they won't let you put a custom header up there unless you bump up to the next price level. Well, maybe you could get around that if you tinkered with the html, but I didn't bother with that. I'm no help with Blogger though -- sorry!

patti_cake said...

I am useless when it comes to stuff like that! Sorry

Caroline said...

anonymous--thanks for the suggestions. laura and i will have to try to figure this out

dee--thanks..you might be getting an email for me

amy--i saw that. thanks for your suggestions

patti--so am i. :(

Casey said...

I have no clue but I am dying to create a decent one (mine was by mistake. I don't know how it happened and I don't know how to fix it). Will you pass along your knowledge once you figure it out? :)

SassyFemme said...

Caroline, holler if you want me to help, I'll be glad to.