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I have upgraded from 3.5.1 to 3.5.2 and the problem I am facing is with my header that I am using customized theme and Custom Header HTML that when I was using 3.5.1 it was working fine and I could use header and sliders on every page of my website but after the upgrade I am unable to save any code inside this box and hence unable to work with headers.

But my old headers which were made in version 3.5.1 are working fine but what pages I made in version 3.5.2 I am unable to see the header as unable to save the code in custom header HTML box

for example

1.) www.geekssquadsupport.com you will be able to see the header that page was made in version 3.5.1 2.) http://geekssquadsupport.com/testheader/ here there is no header cause this is not working

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How do you add content for the header slider? Is there any theme options for it? Is this a custom developed theme or you have purchased it from any theme shop? – Vinod Dalvi Jul 1 '13 at 11:51
yep i have purchased this theme called freshbiz from mnky studio here is the link of the theme mnkystudio.com/theme-9 now my problem is that there is a way to add content for header slider i have got this plugin named as revolution slider which can be used in this theme there is a box which says "Custom Header HTML will only work if "Custom Header Element" choosen. Supports Flash objects and shortcodes!" and there we put this shorcode by which it starts working but now pages made in 3.5.1 its working and 3.5.2 its not working – puneet brar Jul 1 '13 at 12:01
There is an update for that theme for 3.5.2 - are you using this one? If not you probably should try it. – ialocin Jul 1 '13 at 16:46

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