I’ve seen how to remove the top image in Generate. What I want to do is not display the image that is in the text section of a blog post. I like having an image displayed in posts, but this causes there to be duplicate images on the home page.
Example: <a href=”http://www.briankeithmay.com”>briankeithmay.com</a>
You see the image in the top section and then again with the post that displays.
Any help would be appreciated.
What you can do it… instead of having the image at the top before the content, add it to the body of the content and then use the “the more” function as seen below to force the “read more” link. The image will then show up when they click “read more.”
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Thanks, not a bad idea. It would require me to put the image down at least as far as the read more button, but its an option.
Still hoping for a code solution, though.
Thanks for taking the time to help.
Worked perfectly. Thank you for the help.
I would like to know which file I should insert the information you mentioned?
I’m having the same problem.
Thank you in advance.
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