I'm getting double headers after 2.x upgrade

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    Aaron Mackley
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    Now, I know in baseball, a double header is kind of fun, but I upgraded Genesis to 2.x and now I am getting a double image on my website. Not so fun.

    Can anyone help me understand why?
    This is pretty important to fix right away. We are doing a large event; tickets are on sale and traffic is coming in several thousand hits per day.

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    oiseau73
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    Aaron, I see you have the logo in the background of your header:

    #header {
    background: url(“http://www.covenantamerica.us/wp-content/uploads/cropped-Header2.png”) no-repeat scroll 0 0 transparent !important;
    }

    Did you also upload the logo? Go to your Dashboard and look in Appearances/Header and see if you did upload it there. That may be why you have 2 of them.

    I’ve been dealing with this today as well.

    Suzy

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