The Morning After Featured Header Images
I recently changed from the Coraline theme to The Morning After theme–I love the look of The Morning After. Unfortunately, despite that the WP Support page for Custom Header Images says The Morning After theme supports this, I can only get it to work on the main page, not on any of my static pages. I see the “Featured Image” option when editing the pages, but it simply doesn’t work. Please help!
The blog I need help with is jasonmichelsen.com.
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If you are referring to a free blog from and being free hosted by wordpress.com then the version of this The Morning After theme we run on this software supports up to 3 widget areas on the home page, featured images for latest post and featured posts on the home page. Did you set up a “featured image”? http://en.support.wordpress.com/featured-images/#setting-a-featured-image
Here’s how to make a post sticky. http://en.support.wordpress.com/posts/post-visibility/#sticky-posts
Images on the Home Page
Featured Images are used on the home page (but not on single posts). The one “Latest Post” on the home page displays a featured image in a medium-sized format at 470 pixels wide.
The list of “Featured” posts on the home page use featured images as small thumbnails. You can control the thumbnail image size in Appearance → Theme Options under “Featured (Sticky) Posts Options” — the default size is 65 pixels. http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/themorningafter/
My blog is http://jasonmichelsen.com but I did some further research and found out that the only themes that allow for featured image headers on each page are Coraline, Duster, Pilcrow, Twenty Ten and Vostok. At least, that’s what it says at http://http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/features/featured-image-header/
I guess I was searching the wrong thing in the forums. I do have a custom header set up for the main page, but would really like to be able to get the featured image option to work for the other static pages–as it did when I was using Coraline. The option is there when editing each page in The Morning After, but it doesn’t actually save the new image. Maybe someday soon…
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