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Is it possible to remove thumbnail of first post on main page

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jackirenee

I currently have my blog set up in magazine mode with the first post being a full post and the rest being summaries. I would like the thumbnail image on the summaries, but not on the full post. Is this possible?

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James B
Had a quick look in firebug for you, not 100% sure this will work but try [code].post-thumb {display:none; }[/code] The other boxes are listed as clips so they shouldn't be effected by that code. If the leaves an unwanted space, you might need to use this code to move the title over. [code].post-header {display:inline; float:none; } [/code] Hope that helps, let me know if it works

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For CSS help be sure to check out W3Schools first and be sure to download FireBug for FireFox for troubleshooting.

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catrina
@jackirenee If the above solution doesn't work and you'd like to look into Firebug yourself, you can download it from here: http://getfirebug.com. Instructions on how to use it for CSS customizations are here: http://www.pagelines.com/wiki/Custom_CSS#How_to_use_CSS_Inspection_Tools

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jackirenee
That took care of the thumbnail, but even with the other bit of code, the post title still leaves space for the image.

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Danny
Hi, You need to install and use either Firebug or Google Chrome for the Web Dev tool. Once you have the basic understanding of how this tool works, you can figure minor issues like this in seconds. Basically, the first post has a high value in margin-left, I have simply added margin-left 0 to the correct code and it now displays how you want it. [code].fpost .post-header {margin-left: 0px !important;}[/code]

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