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    I want to use a featured image on my client’s site, to appear on the list of posts on the front page, but I don’t want it to appear duplicated above the main image in the article itself. This seems unnecessary and spoils the look of the page. Is there a workaround for this – or am I doing something wrong?

    Additionally, the fine line framing the images cuts through the ‘author’, ‘comments’ and ‘date’ icons. Is this intentional?

    You can see both issues on this page:

    Any help appreciated!

    Thanks in advance


    Hi Lance1,

    Try adding the following CSS to your style.css:

    #top.single .entry-previewimage.rounded {
    display: none;

    This should get rid of the featured image without having to modify anything major in the php files.

    For the overlapping issue, try putting in a empty line right above your image as it seems to get attached to the top of the post. Alternatively, you can add the following to your style.css:

    #top.single-post .entry-text {
    margin-top: 40px;

    Since you are adding a couple of new styles, you might want to just create a new css comment and then add them all together at the very bottom of the style.css so you can keep track of the fixes/changes/customizations.




    Thank you Devin – will follow your advice and report back.

    Just one thing – will your suggestion for the featured image also get rid of it on the front page? I actually want it there if possible.



    Nope, this will only effect single post pages.

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