I studied the other threads related to clickable links in header, and they are closed so I am hoping this new one will get me an answer. I didn't want to use the suggestions in the other threads because I don't like tinkering with code or even theme options too much. So I simply stuck an image map on the front of the root index.php file that calls wordpress. The advantage of this approach, I thought, is that I can test the image map as a separate web page without tinkering with a live blog, and then paste it in. The problem is that Feedburner can't find the feed any more. It tells me 'It looks like this is a web page, not a feed'. It looks like a web page to me, too, but I would have thought it would look for a feed ON a web page. But then I haven't a clue how Feedburner works. My code is below. Any suggestions?
ob_start(); ?> [got this from another site to solve the 'can't modify headers' problem]
<area href="books.html" target="_blank" shape="rect" coords="515, 2, 996, 245"></map><img border="0" src="header.jpg" usemap="#FPMap0"></p>
* Front to the WordPress application. This file doesn't do anything, but loads
* wp-blog-header.php which does and tells WordPress to load the theme.