WOD Post Feature Image Update
Easily add a feature image to your W.O.D. Posts.
The W.O.D. / blog post featured image lets you assign an image to display prominently at the beginning of a W.O.D. / blog post.You specify the featured image for a W.O.D. / blog post on the Blog Post Images tab. You can add a new image for your post or you can select a previously-added image.
You have two options for adding a new featured image for a post. The first method is to drag the image file from your computer and drop it on the featured image upload area on the Images tab. The second method for uploading an image is to click the Upload button in the featured images area on the Blog Post Images tab. Clicking the Upload button displays a browse dialog box and lets you browse to your image file.
Featured images are stored in the BlogFeaturedImages folder on your site.
To select an existing featured image, click the Select Existing button. This displays all images stored in your BlogFeaturedImages folder. Click an image and then click the Select button to choose an existing image.
The Show in List Views checkbox lets you specify if the featured image should display for blog elements formatted to display as a list, for example List, List with Summary, or List with Body. When unchecked, the featured image does not display in lists.
New Blog Post Images Tab
The blog post settings now includes an Images tab. The Images tab enables you to manage blog featured images and blog thumbnail images.
With this release you can also specify if a blog thumbnail image should be displayed in a blog element formatted to display as a list. A new Show in List Views checkbox, illustrated above, lets you specify if the thumbnail image should display for the post in list views. When checked, the thumbnail image, if assigned will display in any blog post formatted to display as a list such as List, List with Summary, or List with Body. When unchecked, the thumbnail image is not displayed, even if a thumbnail image is assigned to the post.
Posted on Tue, June 9, 2015
by Jason Greenwood