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    In this article, we will share how to add a header image in WordPress. Add a Header Image to Your Website. The header image is a part of your WordPress theme. Not all themes have a header image, however. Here are some WordPress themes from the official WordPress theme directory which will allow you to add a featured image header.

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    CSS Background. The background of your website is very important, so please spend some time with this tutorial. If you are aiming for a professional website, a good rule of thumb is to use a light background with dark text.
    Thus, the content-type filtering is bypassed. Another method consists in checking the file name extension.If simple bypasses like playing with lowercase (.PHP instead of .php), using multiple extension (.php.foo) or triggering the NULL byte (.php%00.jpg) do not work, there is a last chance by uploading a crafted image.
    PHPGang is a web programming blog focus on all web development tutorials specially PHP and MySQL, HTML, CSS, Ajax, Jquery, Web, Demos, JavaScript, Designing Working with the JPEG Image Library Building the JPEG image library. The JPEG image library is freely available from http://www.ijg.org. As with the TIFF library, the sample project has provided VC++ project files to build the libraries, so there is no need to download the library.
    Adding a Background Image with CSS March 4, 2010. Background images, just as the name implies, are part of the BACKGROUND of a website, not part of the actual content. The most common place to add a background image to, is the entire canvas — aka the body tag. The CSS to add an image to a body tag is simple:
    The <picture> element contains a number of <source> elements, each referring to different image sources. This way the browser can choose the image that best fits the current view and/or device. Each <source> element have attributes describing when their image is the most suitable.
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