get rid of embedded style in head (Modern-Blogger)

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    Im using the theme modern-blogger. After updating and deleting the header-image in the backend I get

    <style type=”text/css”>#header { background: url() no-repeat; }</style>

    before the closing </head>-tag in the sourcecode. This is overwritinig the existing #header in the style.css.

    How can I remove thie embedded style definition in the head-section, so that the style.css header-tag will work?

    Would be helpful, if anyone knows the solution.



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    Hi there,

    My first thought would be to remove support for the custom header in functions.php (assuming you’re not using it). I don’t have access to the Modern Blogger theme, so I’m not 100% sure if that’s a solution. Can you post a link to your site?

    You can always add an !important declaration to your CSS element to override the #header, like this:

    #header {

    background: url(whatever.png) no-repeat !important;




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