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  • #222375

    Hey there!

    Is there a way to choose whether or not you want the featured image to appear as a thumb on a certain post? Sometimes I want it there, but other times I would like to have a different image there, like on this post: http://www.renkumleeft.nl/2014/01/help-de-politici-kruipen-uit-hun-holen/

    I would like to keep the featured image (to appear in the home slider), but turn off the automatic thumb on the actual post page and have the image of the author there.

    Is that possible?

    Thanks much!
    -Janet

    #222659

    Hey janetbakker!

    You can add this at the very bottom of style.css to hide the featured image on single post view:

    .single .entry-previewimage.rounded {
    display: none;
    }

    Regards,
    Ismael

    #222692

    Hey Ismael,

    Thanks for the quick response!

    Will adding this to the style sheet turn off the thumbnail for all single post views? I’d like to turn it off for only a couple of them. In some themes it’s feasible using custom fields inside the actual post to turn the thumbnail showing up off for that specific post. Is that possible for this theme as well?

    Thanks!
    Janet

    #222946

    I am very much interested in this function, too. Is it possible to choose to turn of/on the featured image to show in post? Actually, what bothers me is that sometimes my featured image is so badly cropped in the post that I don’t want to show it like that. If there were a function to choose to show the featured image in a post without cropping / or with cropping – it would solve it for me. If not, I could at least turn of the featured image and post it manually in size that suits me.

    #223202

    Hi!

    If you want to change the style of a specific element on a certain page or post, you can use the Google Chrome Inspect Element. Look for the unique css body class.

    On the example above, the page’s unique selector is .page-id-2251 but this time we’ll look for the post ID. We can use it to change the element within that page.

    .postid-20 .entry-previewimage.rounded {
    display: none;
    }

    Best regards,
    Ismael

    #234261

    YAHAAAY! Got it to work. Thanks so much!

    -Janet

    #234472

    Hi!

    Glad it worked. Thank you for using the theme. I hope you’re doing great. :)

    Cheers!
    Ismael

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