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    When I insert an image into a Post, wich is often an article with images and words, it make no sense to have a link on the image, or open it in a frame, or show any animation on hover. It is just part of the article, not an element itself…

    I know there are a CSS code that allows to deactive this behaviour (the image take a dummy name like ‘text-10′), but I am looking for more global solution, maybe something to modify at php/css global configuration.

    But, if I am looking a portfolio of images, the desired behaviour is the actual default, so the thing is to have possibility to choose both behaviours maybe when the image is attached, or if it is in a post, or for some taxonomy….

    What is the best solution / workarround?

    Thanks very much,


    Hey José!

    In the image Link URL settings simply click the None button, that will remove the link from the image, hence the lightbox effect.



    Hi, thanks very much, it works OK!

    Only ask if this option is possible to set in the featured image?

    Thanks very much!



    Hi José,

    You want to remove the link from featured images or just the overlay effect?



    Hi, just the overlay, because the link is usefull from the post grid to navigate to the post itself, correct?



    Indeed, to remove the overlay add this CSS code:

    article .image-overlay{
    display: none !important;



    It works fine, thanks very much!!



    You are welcome, let us know if you have any more questions or issues :)


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