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  • #5079
    futureblu
    Member

    Example Post URL:

    http://www.ronmillersworldpublishing.com/jim-miller/budgeting-doesnt-have-to-suck/

    Hi All,

    It seems a new feature in general to have the featured image be at the top of each post. Ideally, is there a way to change what is visible by changing how it’s cropped? If not, is there a way to get rid of it altogether?

    #5081
    futureblu
    Member

    After viewing the theme more, I no longer wish to remove the featured image in the posts and archive pages. Just looking for best advice on how to format the thumbnail used since the featured image gets cut off like in the URL example I gave above.

     

    P.S. – Really love this theme!

    #5092
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @futureblu: Yes the featured image in set as per the width of the screen. We need to thing about this in more details. If you want to hide featured image in the post then add the following css in “Custom CSS” box in theme options panel
    .single .featured-image { display: none; }

    #5126
    futureblu
    Member

    Sounds good and thanks for reply. I realize now that I definitely like have the featured image there. Just need to see if I can figure out a way to control what is visible in the thumbnail shown. Maybe the plugin WPThumb could help?

    #5763
    maevamena
    Member

    Hi there,

    I’ve done as you say above, thank you.

    How can I remove the featured image from the main blog list.

    http://66.147.244.179/~wendybow/category/blog/

    Thanks!

    Maeve

    #5850
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @maevamena: You can use add in following css in “Custom CSS” box in Theme Options panel to hide the Image
    .archive .featured-image { display: none; }

    But to remove to either you need to build child theme and customize the code or use the Catch Everest Pro which will be release any day this week.

    #11513

    I am having a problem where when I enable featured image as a header across my site I get a duplicate featured image on my pages. How can I disable this featured image from showing on my pages but keep it as a header?

    Please help!

    My intention is to have a different header for each page (without the duplicate image showing in my content area).

    Here is a link to the site: http://lakeoswegobaseball.net/

    #11534
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @lakeoswegobaseball: It should be like that. You just have to add featured image in the page and then setup. I think you have insert the image in the page content as well. That is why it is showing two. Can you add it in one page and show me.

    #11548

    Got it. The problem was that I added the image to the content area then deleted it. Somehow the image kept appearing even after I deleted it. I created a brand new test page and made sure to only add the image using the featured image option on the page edit screen.

    http://lakeoswegobaseball.net/test-page

    #11549
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @lakeoswegobaseball: Test page is working fine. It is showing only 1 header image. I think it’s due to Cache Plugin that you have install WP Super Cache. Please clear the cache from WP Super Cache and check it.

    #11563

    Thank you Sakin, got it nailed down.

    #18421
    dhv77
    Member

    I’ve had the same problem but got it solved thanks to this forum. Thank you!

    #18427
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    Thanks @lakeoswegobaseball and @dhv77 🙂

    #42100

    @sakin Hello, Sorry to reply here so long after but I’m having the same problem. I would like to disable the featured image from replacing the main header image; I’ve inserted the code above:
    .single .featured-image { display: none; }

    into the Custom CSS box under the Catch Evolution Theme Settings but it doesn’t seem to be working. Here is a sample post where my header is replaced:
    http://www.nycrunningmama.com/2014/07/30/womens-running-blogger-series-its-good-to-be-back/

    Any help would be so much appreciated!

    #42104
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @runnerchick081: It is best recommended to upgrade to pro version where you have “Header Featured Image Options” to control where to show and remove.

    But if you just want to hide it through CSS then you need to add the following css in “Appearance => Theme Options => Custom CSS” box in your Catch Evolution Free Theme.
    .single #header-image { display: none; }

    #42120

    @Sakin worked like a charm, thank you so very much!

    #49619
    glenda
    Member

    It doesn’t really do the job (for me). It completely removes the header image from single post pages – as the code suggests.

    Is there a way to turn off the function of the featured image replacing the header on single post pages?

    #49646
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @glenda: Post in your site URL and will see if there is anything I can do it.

    #49665
    glenda
    Member

    Thanks for your speedy reply sakin. I found some code from another thread that fixed it. Created a child theme and put that in there.

    And just in case there’s someone else reading this who has the same problem – here is what that code was. 🙂

    <?php
    /**
    * Catch Evolution Child Theme functions and definitions
    *

    */
    /**
    * Header Image
    *
    * Uses Custom Header and Featued Images
    * @Hooked in catchevolution_headercontent
    * @since Catch Evolution 1.0
    */
    function catchevolution_featured_header() {
    global $wp_query,$_wp_default_headers;

    // Header Image
    $header_image_path = get_header_image();

    if ( get_header_image() ) : ?>
    <div id=”header-image”>
    ” width=”<?php echo get_custom_header()->width; ?>” height=”<?php echo get_custom_header()->height; ?>” alt=”” />
    </div>
    <?php endif;

    } // catchevolution_featured_header

    #49698
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @glenda: Nice and child themes is a great way to customize the theme. Cheers 🙂

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