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Nearly all websites include a header image and this feature might need to be altered, edited or changed. Please note that some header images are global and altering them will change them for the entire website.
To get started, mouse over the header image and click the Edit Image button:
This will prompt you to either Add an Image or Use the Original Image. Choose to Add Image.
This will open up a dialog box that allows you to upload an image from your own computer or to search for an image database of stock photos.
Once you upload or find an image, you'll be able to edit that image. Header images can be re-sized using the little bubbles at each corner and sides of the image. An image can be dragged to better fit the header by clicking anywhere on it and dragging it.
When you're happy with an image, select the Save button to Save it. You can use the arrow to the right of the Save button to choose whether to save the image to every page of the site, just this page or to select only certain pages to save it to. In that way you can have different headers on different pages if you want. Please note that some pages of your website will share a single image as the pages are dynamic and will change based on the user requests.