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  • William Jhon

    Hi there!

     

    How do I hide the featured image of the page on the front end?

     

    I want to set pages with featured images for some other purposes but I do not want them to be visible on the front end.

    Amir Rather Support Team

    Hi there

    Different ways to achieve this depend on how the Posts are shown.

    If you’re using the Default Post Layout the Featured Images can be turned off in Customise/Theme Styles > Blog > Blog Single

    and if a Custom Elementor Template is used Featured Image needs to be disabled in the Template itself.

    Regards

    William Jhon

    That option applies to blog posts. I needed the option for pages and I find it here: http://prntscr.com/Py076L_GSJV8

     

    But it does not apply to listings created by the Listdom plugin. Where I can change it for the listings?

     

    The plugin does not have this option. It inherits the option from the theme.

    Amir Rather Support Team

    Hi there,

    In that case, we can use Custom CSS to hide the Featured Images from these pages.

    Can you provide the page link, please?

    Regards

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    William Jhon
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    Amir Rather Support Team

    Hi there

    Try this CSS in Customize > Additional CSS:

    .listdom-listing .jupiterx-post-image {
        display: none;
    }

    Regards

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    William Jhon
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    Amir Rather Support Team

    Hi there

    A Sidebar seems to be active on the Page

    Here is how to turn it off https://themes.artbees.net/docs/removing-the-sidebar-globally/

    Regards

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    William Jhon
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    Amir Rather Support Team

    Hi there

    This seems to be created with the Listdom plugin, need to check its settings first.

    Provide the login credentials for that.

    Regards

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    William Jhon
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    Amir Rather Support Team

    Hi there,

    Try this CSS:

    .lsd-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type="text"], .lsd-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type="number"], .lsd-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] textarea, .lsd-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type="email"], .lsd-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type=password], .lsd-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type=tel], .lsd-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type=url], .lsd-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type=search], .lsd-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type=date], .lsd-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] select, .lsd-form-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type="text"], .lsd-form-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type="number"], .lsd-form-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] textarea, .lsd-form-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type="email"], .lsd-form-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type=password], .lsd-form-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type=tel], .lsd-form-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type=url], .lsd-form-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type=search], .lsd-form-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] input[type=date], .lsd-form-row div[class*="lsd-col-"] select {
        padding: 12px !important;
    }
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