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I figured it out but I can't be the only one to have an issue so what I had to do is add this to my CSS
I see the problem but I don't know how to fix it.
when I look at he page source code I see this
div class= "site inner"
div class="egwp_featured_image" style: position relative
img src= blahblah
how do I remove that div class? I don't know why it's there and that isn't a genesis hook either.
I just tried to remove it with the genesis_before_content_sidebar_wrap hook but that's not working. I could have the coding wrong to do this but I don't think that hook will remove that div
I am not! Should I be?
I want to remove it from all single pages.
I promise you I didn't use any code to add this. Thats what has made this so frustrating. All I am doing is adding a featured image via the upload tool inside of WordPress. I haven't change any coding at all. The only coding I have attempted is its removal. It's been like this since I started building this site.
I didn't use a code to add it... I just "set featured image" which you need to do in order for it to show up in the Genesis Slider.
I need it in order to use the front page widgets. But I don't want them to show up on the page when you click on it.
Below is the snippet they gave me to remove it from the page but it doesn't work... I did specifically say it was a page and not a post so not surprised this didn't work. I see all over the internet that this is an issue but I can't find a solid answer on how to fix it.
//* Remove the post image (requires HTML5 theme support)
remove_action( 'genesis_entry_content', 'genesis_do_post_image', 8 );