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<em>Note:</em> because the entry header applies to all posts on a page, on archive pages, this filter will be overridden with the default <code>genesis_before_loop</code>. To move the large image on an archive page, do not use a hook related to a single post. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<em>Note:</em> because the entry header applies to all posts on a page, on archive pages, this filter will be overridden with the default <code>genesis_before_loop</code>. To move the large image on an archive page, do not use a hook related to a single post.
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Please see the plugin settings page. If you were using the old method (<code>display_featured_image_genesis_add_archive_thumbnails</code>) to do this, the plugin will attempt to remove that from your output, but you may want to double check your archives. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Please see the plugin settings page. If you were using the old method (<code>display_featured_image_genesis_add_archive_thumbnails</code>) to do this, the plugin will attempt to remove that from your output, but you may want to double check your archives.
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<code>display_featured_image_genesis_use_taxonomy</code>: force post type(s) to use a taxonomy term's image (if one is set) for the featured image effect, regardless of what is set as the individual post's featured image <strong>Note: as of version 2.5, you can set any post type to use a fallback image without using one of the above filters. It will use the images in this order as they exist: term, content type, default.</strong> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<code>display_featured_image_genesis_use_taxonomy</code>: force post type(s) to use a taxonomy term's image (if one is set) for the featured image effect, regardless of what is set as the individual post's featured image <strong>Note: as of version 2.5, you can set any post type to use a fallback image without using one of the above filters. It will use the images in this order as they exist: term, content type, default.</strong>
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<code>display_featured_image_genesis_skipped_posttypes</code>: select post type(s) which will not have the featured image effect applied <strong>(Note: this filter still totally works, but there is now a setting to handle this. It's on the Content Types tab.)</strong> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<code>display_featured_image_genesis_skipped_posttypes</code>: select post type(s) which will not have the featured image effect applied <strong>(Note: this filter still totally works, but there is now a setting to handle this. It's on the Content Types tab.)</strong>
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Optionally, set featured images for custom content types, or change plugin behavior for custom content types. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Optionally, set featured images for custom content types, or change plugin behavior for custom content types.
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This will follow the settings you choose in the Genesis Theme Settings. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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This will follow the settings you choose in the Genesis Theme Settings.
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There is a filter for this, too. By default, the large (as opposed to banner) image is added before the Genesis loop, which places it above your post or page title. You can add this filter to your theme's functions.php file to move the image below your post/page title: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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There is a filter for this, too. By default, the large (as opposed to banner) image is added before the Genesis loop, which places it above your post or page title. You can add this filter to your theme's functions.php file to move the image below your post/page title:
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<em>Note:</em> <strong>Display Featured Image for Genesis</strong> determines the size of your banner image based on the size of the user's browser window. Changing the "Height/Pixels to Remove" setting tells the plugin to subtract that number of pixels from the measured height of the user's window, regardless of the size of that window, which is partly why you cannot set this to more than 400. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<em>Note:</em> <strong>Display Featured Image for Genesis</strong> determines the size of your banner image based on the size of the user's browser window. Changing the "Height/Pixels to Remove" setting tells the plugin to subtract that number of pixels from the measured height of the user's window, regardless of the size of that window, which is partly why you cannot set this to more than 400.
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If you do not want the height of the banner image to be quite the height of the user's browser window, which is the standard, you can reduce it by just a hair. Go to Appearance &gt; Display Featured Image Settings and change the 'Height' number from the default of 0. The higher this number is, the shorter the window will be calculated to be. Feel free to experiment, as no images are harmed by changing this number. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you do not want the height of the banner image to be quite the height of the user's browser window, which is the standard, you can reduce it by just a hair. Go to Appearance &gt; Display Featured Image Settings and change the 'Height' number from the default of 0. The higher this number is, the shorter the window will be calculated to be. Feel free to experiment, as no images are harmed by changing this number.
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If a post has no featured image of its own, and is assigned to multiple taxonomy terms which do have images assigned, the plugin will opt to use the featured image from the most popular term (the one with the most posts already). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If a post has no featured image of its own, and is assigned to multiple taxonomy terms which do have images assigned, the plugin will opt to use the featured image from the most popular term (the one with the most posts already).
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Alternatively, you can also set a specific post type to use the taxonomy featured image, if one exists, even if the post type has its own Featured Image: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Alternatively, you can also set a specific post type to use the taxonomy featured image, if one exists, even if the post type has its own Featured Image:
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To force a post type to use the sitewide Featured Image, use this filter instead: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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To force a post type to use the sitewide Featured Image, use this filter instead:
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These filters all work the same way, so using any one in your theme will all follow the same pattern. For example, to prevent the featured image effect on the <code>listing</code> or <code>staff</code> post types, you would add the following to your theme's functions.php file: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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These filters all work the same way, so using any one in your theme will all follow the same pattern. For example, to prevent the featured image effect on the <code>listing</code> or <code>staff</code> post types, you would add the following to your theme's functions.php file:
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Available filters include, but are not limited to:
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