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  • #7769

    w0lfhart
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    Hi There,

    I did some digging around and I don't think I saw anything quite like what I am needing. I got the posted content to show in my post feeds, but now when there is only one image displayed, the image is linked to the image URL, not the post as the design for the site I am working on requires. For some reason when the featured image, and post image are both displayed at the same time, they link to the post ID. Is there anything I can do to correct this?

    #7797

    Tareq Hasan
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    Post count: 2831

    It basically depends how your theme shows the image and post. If your theme supports feature image, inserting the feature image field in the form should be the right choice. And your theme should display the feature image if it finds one and it should be linked to the post. So the plugin can't do anything as your theme is responsible to show those elements.

    Other images, which uses custom fields, are inserted below the post content. Linking those images to the post url isn't the right choice obviously, although you could turn off inserting the images and custom fields to the post content from the plugin settings.

    #9050

    robbie59
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    Post count: 8

    Is there a default to automatically attach the images to the newly created post within the native media? By using the image upload form field? Not the featured image.

    #9051

    Mahi
    Member
    Post count: 1555

    @robbie59 – you can show any custom field including image,media file.

    Check documentation – http://docs.wedevs.com/wp-user-frontend-pro/#showing-meta-fields

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