[Streamline] Remove featured image from blog excerpt

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  • #46870

    Kaz van Kooten
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    I have a question regarding the featured image of blog posts:

    I’m using the Streamline theme. As you can see in the demo at http://demo.studiopress.com/streamline/, blog post featured images are shown above the post. Not in the excerpt.

    On my blog, I’ve set the blog to show the full post content. By inserting the “more”-tag I manually add “read more”, and thereby creating post excerpts. However, the featured image is shown twice: once above the content (where it should be) and once in the blog content (right between the title and the content). When I open the blog post, it shows the featured image only above the post (and that’s where it should be).

    So I’m basically just struggling to remove the featured image from the blog post excerpt’s content…

    Hoping anyone has an idea how to fix this!

    #46966

    rfmeier
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    Post count: 596

    Hello,

    Does this site happen to be live? Is there a link by chance? It’s odd that it is displaying the feature image with the content excerpt.


    #47008

    Kaz van Kooten
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    Site is still in maintenance mode, but the issue has been resolved: I’d set both Streamline’s and Genesis’ options to “show featured image”. Streamline places the featured image above the blog post, while Genesis inserts it in the post excerpt. So all I had to do was uncheck the “show featured image” box in the Genesis theme options. Missed it before :)

    #47013

    rfmeier
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    Post count: 596

    Good deal. Glad you got it working.


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