The featured image is an image associated with the post or page that can be called from outside the regular content. They are often used in indexes and displayed before or directly after the title. There can only be one featured image per post or page. Its size, crop, and display are controlled by the current active theme.
- [Instructor] In both posts and pages you can choose … to add what's known as a featured image … from the document properties panel in the sidebar. … This image is not part of the post's content, … but is instead associated with the post as metadata. … Based on what theme is currently active on your site, … where and how a featured image is displayed … will vary greatly. … In the 2019 theme, which is what I'm using here, … the featured image displays as a large background image … in the header of a single post or page. … In other themes, it appears either below, … or above, or before, or after, or even underneath … the post or page title, or somewhere else, … it all depends on the theme, and the theme design. … Let me show you how this works … to make this a little more clear. … In my current post, so remember I added … this picture at the top. … So I'm just going to move that down a bit … so that it's easier to see what's going on. … I'll use my alignment tools to align … it to the center, and I'll just click …
Note: This course covers WordPress 5. The training will be updated as WordPress evolves.
- Installing WordPress
- Creating posts and pages
- Formatting text
- Publishing and scheduling posts
- Adding images, audio, and video
- Bulk editing posts and pages
- Working with reusable blocks
Skill Level Beginner
1. Up and running with WordPress
2. Content Management
3. Working with Blocks in the Block Context
4. Document Context
5. Block deep dive
6. Reusable Blocks
Edit reusable blocks3m 5s
7. The Rest of the Iceberg
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