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Change impage that's appearing under the blog post headings

Thread began 7/14/2020 1:54 pm by anonymous | Last modified 7/15/2020 1:49 pm by Ray Borduin | 20 views | 3 replies |

anonymous

Change image that's appearing under the blog post headings

You host the richardmennis.com website and I had a quick question on the blog page. It looks like for every blog post that I am trying to create (with bulleted points in the summary of each blog), there’s a graph popping up under the blog heading. Is there a way to control (so we can change the graph for each blog post) this?

As an example, a same image/graph appears under the blog headings of second, third and fourth blog posts below:

https://richardmennis.com/blog


Thanks much.
Richard

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It displays the first image that it finds in the blog content. You could change the image displayed by adding another image to the blog above that one.

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anonymous

Hi Ray,

Thank you for your quick reply. I think I understood what you stated. I can certainly add another image to the blog (above the existing image). However, it disrupts the flow of the blog (in other words, the text above the image will not relate to the new image pasted over the existing one). Is there another way to fix this?

Thanks much.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

If you add the image to the top of the blog in your admin. Then click the "source" button and add:

style="display:none;"

to the image tag so it looks like:

<img style="display:none;"

Then that image will still show in the results area as the small image but won't be displayed in the blog itself.

If you need help you can attach an image you want to use and I can do it for one so you can see what I mean.

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