How to remove featured image from top of a page?

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    Mark Ellison

    Can you remove a page’s featured image using a theme configuration or setting at the page level? Or, do you have to add CSS like the following?

    div.post-thumbnail { display: none; }

    The blog I need help with is madeinnyc.photos
    #164976

    C. Kitahara

    Hi Mark!

    > Can you remove a page’s featured image using a theme configuration or setting at the page level? Or, do you have to add CSS like the following?

    The page’s featured image can be set via the Featured Image option in the page editor right settings bar. If you don’t set one it won’t display it.

    Your theme also has another option in the Customizer > Content Options panel: it’s the “Automatically use first image in post”. When this option is selected, if you don’t set a featured image for a page or post, but there’s one image inside its content, that image will be displayed as a featured image.

    I checked your site and I noticed that that option is currently activated. If you don’t want that behavior, you can uncheck it and publish your changes.

    Also just a heads-up that since your site has a Premium plan, you’re entitled to live-chat and email support, accessible here:
    https://wordpress.com/help/contact
    You’re welcome to still post in these forums, but those other support avenues may be faster, and you’ll always get a staff reply.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by  C. Kitahara.
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