- This topic has 5 replies, 2 voices, and was last updated 2 years, 6 months ago by .
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
When I view a blog post, the area over the content is a large blank grey area. When creating other pages, this can usually be filled by designating a “featured image”. When I designate a featured image, while creating a blog post, it shows up in the “recent posts” area (which is good). How do I set up a sort of master image that will appear at the top of all blog posts, when someone clicks on “Read More” on the Home Page?
Show us your website URL please?
The website url is https://mobiusre.com/
Kindly go to Appearance >> Customize >> Post & Page >> Post Header Settings >> And set post header background image.
See example below:
Thanks, that worked in setting up an image there. What size is this image supposed to be (the image I have set there is getting truncated on the bottom…have experimented with a few sizes, but no luck)?
An email from WordPress in your inbox: “Some plugins have automatically updated to their latest versions on your site. No further action is needed on […]
The biggest problem with the beginners on WordPress of the post editor is that they cannot spell check their written blog. This is one the […]
Have you lost your WordPress Admin Password? Want to Reset WordPress Admin Password? If yes, so connect with this page and get to know the […]