This WP plugin hides the featured image on a single post or page.
The plugin adds a checkbox to the “Featured Image” section on edit pages. Once checked, the featured image will be removed from individual posts and pages.
This plugin works on WordPress Gutenberg and also on Classic Editor.
It adds the “Hide featured image” checkbox to posts, pages, custom post types and also to WooCommerce products.
It is tested and works on latest WP version 6.1.1
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- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
- When a page or post is edited, just go to “Featured Image” section and check the “Hide featured image” checkbox. The featured image will not display anymore on that single post or page.
When is it needed to hide the featured image on single posts/pages?
Many WP users use the featured images to show them on archive pages where blog posts are listed. Or on home pages where a certain sections list some posts and featured images are added there along with post titles and an excerpt. But in some cases, the featured image it is not needed to be visible on the individual post page. This is where “ZI Hide Featured Image” plugin can help.
Does this plugin work with Gutenberg?
Yes! This plugin works with Gutenberg and also with Classic Editor.
Does this plugin work with the latest WordPress version?
Yes. This plugin works with WordPress 6.1.1.
Does this plugin adds “Hide featured image” option to custom post types?
Yes. This plugin works for custom post types.
Does this plugin adds “Hide featured image” option to WooCommerce product pages?
Yes. This plugin works for WooCommerce too.
What are the featured images?
Featured images (also sometimes called Post Thumbnails) are images that represent an individual Post, Page, or Custom Post Type. When you create your Theme, you can output the featured image in a number of different ways, on your archive page, in your header, or above a post, for example.
I do not see the “Featured Image” option when I edit a page or post. Why?
If you do not see the “Featured Image” when you edit a WordPress post this is mostly because the support for featured images it is not enabled on your theme. To enable this you need to add this to your theme’s functions.php file: add_theme_support( ‘post-thumbnails’ );.
I do not see the “Featured Image” option when I edit a custom post type. Why?
If you do not see the “Featured Image” when you edit a custom post type page it’s because “thumbnail” it is not added in the “supports” arguments array.
So, when you have added the code to create the custom post type you missed to add “thumbnail” in the “supports” array. It looks similar to this: ‘supports’ => array( ‘title’, ‘editor’, ‘thumbnail’, ‘comments’, ‘trackbacks’, ‘revisions’, ‘custom-fields’, ‘page-attributes’, ‘post-formats’ ).
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