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Dynamic Headers 3.1 Released

We are proud to announce the launch of the latest version of our WordPress plugin, Dynamic Headers. Version 3.1 fixes a couple of small bugs, but more importantly, makes the plugin compatible with WordPress MU and the upcoming WordPress 2.8.

The previous release made Dynamic Headers compatible with WordPress 2.3+. This means Dynamic Headers should now be compatible with every official release of WordPress on the net from 2.3 on. Enjoy.

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  4. Dynamic Headers sure simplifies things! Thank you. But tell me, do i really have to define the header every time i update a page, or is there a way that dynamic header can “remember” the applied header for each page and not switch to default at every small update. Can’t expect my clients to remeber defining the header every time they change something.

  5. Hi Dan

    When I try to activate the plugin from the list, I get the following message:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function register_setting() in /home/feverp/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/dynamic-headers/custom-header.php on line 267

    What can I do?

    Thanks!

  6. fruityoaty says:

    I had no problems with version 3.0 until I updated to 3.1. With version 3.1 (in WordPress 2.6.5), I get this error after activating the plugin:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function register_setting() in /home/fruity/public_html/wp-content/plugins/dynamic-headers/custom-header.php on line 267

    My blog will load OK, however I cannot login to WordPress admin (that error will appear after logging in). Only way I can login is to delete the plugin folder.

  7. The image media header is 10 pixels off overlapping the main header

    please advise

    great plugin but doesnt do it!

  8. Hi I really like your plugin.
    I’ve recently used it on a clients website but was unable to keep the original dynamic text on the header.
    I’m also trying to integrate it in my own header but when I hide the original header in the css the search box disappears too. Is there a way of replacing the link in the css to point at this plugin?

    Kind Regards
    Judi

  9. Hi there!

    I really love this plugin since I installed it some weeks ago. I am not really fit in coding php etc., but I could make it work just with copy and paste 🙂

    However, for some reason the selected image ist not saved during editing and updating posts and pages anymore. And I don’t know where to look for the bug.

    I have already tested, if my theme has anything to do with it, but it has not. So, what can I do?

    Some hints would be great!

    Thank you!

  10. Hi guys, even after installing this new version, the problems subsist. I really would love to use this plugin that I really think it’s fantastic!

    Can you please reply on https://nicasiodesign.com/wordpress-plugins/our-first-public-wordpress-plugin-dynamic-headers/ ?

    Thank you

  11. hi

    where do i need to put the code

    where in the header php should this go ?

    tx

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