Re: How do I disable featured images?

  • ronusa-inc

    #7380

    I would like to globally remove the featured image feature on all of our posts because on most of the posts it is showing the incorrect image associated for that particular post. How do I globally disable this feature for all blog posts?

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #38021

    There are settings that control which image is displayed where. Where are these incorrect images appearing?

    ronusa-inc

    #38022

    The incorrect images are appearing in the summary of the blog posts that are listed for each page.

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    Syahir Hakim

    #38023

    Contrary to your topic title, the Featured Image feature is the way to solve the issue you’re having. If you notice, for each post you can set a Featured Image for that post (see the bottom right part of the Edit Post screen). If there is an image set as the Featured Image there, the theme will display that image in excerpts instead of picking the first image uploaded for that post.

    ronusa-inc

    #38024
    Quote:
    Contrary to your topic title, the Featured Image feature is the way to solve the issue you’re having. If you notice, for each post you can set a Featured Image for that post (see the bottom right part of the Edit Post screen). If there is an image set as the Featured Image there, the theme will display that image in excerpts instead of picking the first image uploaded for that post.

    We know how to do this manually for each post; but is there a way to do delete the featured image feature globally for each blog post all at one time? Otherwise we will have to spend a ton of time editing each and every blog post to delete the featured image.

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    Syahir Hakim

    #38025

    You can manually hide it using Custom CSS, but none of the thumbnail will show afterwards in the excerpt, even if you set a featured image for that post.

    .entry-content .excerpt-thumb {
    display: none;
    }
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