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Hiding Thumbnails/Images (3 posts)

  1. c.blak
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hello

    I have a music blog called Better Blends (www.better-blends.com) and I'm using the Arthemia Premium template which uses TimThumb to create thumbnail images for each post. Everything is working fine, but I want to know if there is a way to control where the thumbnail image shows? Occasionally, I would like to have a post where the thumbnail appears on the frontpage/excerpt, but becomes hidden once you view the full post. I believe it is possible because any post the posts in my video category all have thumbnails, but they aren't visible once you follow the link to the main post.

    I"m new to WordPress, and I tried searching this, but I'm either asking the question in the wrong way, or no one else is having this problem. If this is a common thing and I'm in the wrong area I would appreciate it if someone would just point me in the right direction (ie. knock it off with all the "stupid newbie" remarks).

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks ahead of time

    C.

  2. curlybracket
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Concerning the place where the thumbnail image shows, this would be an issue you can resolve by editing your stylesheet, ie. by setting the spoiler img to float left, float right etc (on homepage), on a single page there is another css selector for the image. consider installing firebug to check out the css and to be able to find what to modify.

    You can hide images via css too, and that would probably be the easiest way to hide an image in a category via css.

  3. c.blak
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Appreciate the response. I have Firebug and I'm sort of familiar with CSS so I'll give it a try.

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