- This topic has 3 replies, 3 voices, and was last updated 3 years, 10 months ago by .
- The forum ‘Design Tips and Tricks’ is closed to new topics and replies.
These forums are for general discussion on WordPress and Genesis. Official support for StudioPress themes is offered exclusively at My StudioPress. Responses in this forum are not guaranteed. Please note that this forum will require a new username, separate from the one used for My.StudioPress.
Is there a way that this can be explained on how to add featured images to pages. I would like the featured image to show up like they do on the posts page.
This has not been the first time that this has been asked with this theme, and there really has not been a solution. (Throwing out links and random suggestions are not solutions, they are a waste of time. AKA create a page.php file and copy some code over. It would be more helpful to tell me what to copy over.)
I have tried. coping and creating a page.php file and all I get are these errors - Parse error: syntax error, unexpected end of file in .../wp-content/themes/monochrome-pro/page.php on line 62 so I am at a loss.http://car.personalseo.com/
Are you referring to single pages or archive type pages?
There is different types of pages. Please be specific.
For archives, please use the Genesis > Theme Settings > Content archive featured image settings.
To add images on single pages, you need to add code to your child themes functions file unless your theme already includes it.
Code for Paid Members & Clients Only.
I'm referring to single pages please.
Here is a comparison example:
The monochrome pro single page using your code:
Here is a default monochrome pro post (blog):
Although your code displays featured images at the top of single pages,, the default monochrome pro POST is much nicer.
Can you tell us the code that mimics the look of the default POST please?
Thank you very much!
An alternate solution I used was to add full-width cover image blocks just under the Title of each Page.
Of course, you must be using Gutenberg and your theme must be Gutenbergized...
This is better than nothing but the resultant Pages don't look as nice as the Posts and it presents an inconsistent view between Pages and Posts.
© 2022 WPEngine, Inc.