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1 minute ago, Katariina123 said:

@tuanphan Thanks for the reply, but the code doesn't  do anything. 😞

The code will hide tags, under read more link

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The template you are using is Bedford, not Bryant. Make sure your blog posts are set as featured posts to get a thumbnail to show. This is chosen in the settings for each blog post. 

You may want to consider a summary block. The link below is for the blog section of the Bedford demo site. 


  • List format
  • Featured posts - Display at the top of the Blog Page as a banner slideshow.
  • Post thumbnails - Display as banners above blog posts, and as background images for the featured posts slideshow banner.
  • Page thumbnail - Displays as the Blog Page banner if there are no featured posts.
  • Sidebar - Blog Page and all blog posts. Unique to each Blog Page
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Thanks for all the comments.

- Template seems to be Bryant, not Bedford, check screenshot.
- Featured post doesen't show thumbnail in blog page.
- I use summary blocks now, but summary block shows only up to 30 posts. I could use filtering to create multiple summary blocks, but for that, I want to hide the categories. Code that tuanphan provided earlier, didn't work.

So, I ask again:

1. Is there a way to show thumbnail images here: https://www.seinajoenopiskelijapalvelut.fi/blog


2. Hide Categories, so I can filter posts to summary blocks?


Thank you very much! @derricksrandomviews @tuanphan


I will hide all the tags, and create multiple summaryblocks.



Screenshot 2020-04-28 at 12.51.46.png

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Summary blocks show 30 posts but you can chain blocks on the same page with a different category filter for each block, for example first 30 posts all have a category that look like this 1-30, second summary group of posts have category 31-60, and so on. I used this method on my Avenue blog summary  page which is laid out using wall, but could be grid or list or carousel, or a mixture if I wanted it. 


Hide categories with this code in custom css

.collection-type-blog article footer {
 .categories {
   display: none;

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