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  • Is there a way, on a post-by-post basis, to temporarily hide an image from viewers?

    I have (among others) a photography blog. In 99.99999999999999999999999999999999999999% of the posts I’ve ever done, there are no nude photos. (I should note that my day job is as a lawyer, and if you follow me to my main blog, you’ll get that. The photography blog, for those who wish to know, is

    Recently, in response to a question from a friend, I wrote a blog post where the example image I used was a naked zombie pin-up girl.

    I also added a poll to see what readers would think of my posting nude images. For the most part (the poll only got three voters so far), the consensus was “go ahead and post it; I don’t mind nudity.”

    But I’m aware there were some who disagree (including one voter).

    I’d really like an option to have the space where the image belongs show something like another image, which says, “This image contains nudity. If you’d like to view the image, click here.”

    Or something to that effect.

    Can anyone help?


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  • I’ve not done this but this is something I could use (but don’t have time to try out tonight), so I took a quick look through the WordPress plugin repository.

    Here are a couple plugins that may be helpful:

    NSFW WP Images

    I have password-protected posts with nudity. I just put a tricky post with a note explaining it isn’t for the timid and email me for the password. I did that to entire forums so they could see nude this or sexual that.

    I believe I used a plugin but the name I don’t remember. This was years ago on a site I no longer have.

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