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How to remove the featured image from the feature post in the Structure theme

  1. Basically, I would like to have a featured image in the "homepage" section of the Structure theme, but without having that image show up in the featured post. I would like this because I find it aesthetically displeasing when the featured image appears on the homepage and then below in the featured post.

    I was told I could do this by getting the CSS upgrade. I did that and realized that it was way out of me league. I JUST started blogging, as a way of promoting a project I'm doing. <y only experience with HTML was a long time ago. I thought maybe it would be something simple, a one line code {display:none} in front of whatever was used to identify the featured image in the main post... but I cannot for the life of me find it!!

    Can anyone help me out?

    The blog I need help with is robbenislandreview.wordpress.com.

  2. .homepagethumb { display:none; }

  3. Wow,
    Thank you so much for your help. I spent a lot of time fumbling about without any success.

    Funny story. I was looking at other posts and saw you helping others out and wanted to message you directly. But for some reason I felt that I shouldn't, that you probably get a million messages... and yet, you were the one who gave me the answer anyway.

    I feel like this would have taken me a long time to figure out by myself.

    Thanks again.

  4. You're welcome!

    If you're using Firefox, you should add the Aardvark and Firebug add-ons: help you identify CSS selectors.

    There are at least three forum volunteers who are experts in CSS editing (while I'm not) and could have given you the answer: I just happened to be the first to see your question. And my blog is all about tips and advice, so "messaging me directly" is welcome; but posting in the forum may be more useful to others looking for the same answer.

  5. Moved to CSS Customization forum

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