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Hi There - Quick question, Is the Magazine Pro theme designed to not display the featured image when viewing the post? I have my feature image defined, and it shows up on the homepage and everywhere else (like the archive) - but it does not show when viewing the post. Do I have to manually add the image I want featured to the post? (Or am I missing something?) Thanks! -Alexanderhttp://iskcon.us
I ended up just using the simple hook plugin to insert a featured image to the post above the title, and then used a conditional tag to display it on single posts only. So - I guess the answer to my original question must be no. For some reason I thought that was the default behavior. This thread can be closed. Thanks!
There's a better way to do this http://wpsites.net/web-design/add-remove-image-above-post-title/
Sorry Brad, I did not know. I have found an other solution. Thanks for you respond anyway:)
This is very weird indeed.
The demo is definitely misleading: http://demo.studiopress.com/magazine/nordstrom-womens-fashion/
Since it shows clearly an image there, and it states that this is NOT the norm in the instructions: http://my.studiopress.com/setup/magazine-theme/
@alexshenkar: What kind of code did you use under the hooks?
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