A featured image is an image that represents the contents of a post or a page. With the help of our Featured Image block, you can output your featured image as a background or with a custom wrapper tag. Also, it’s easy to change the image size and apply any CSS style to it. Our CSS Library can help you to generate different image styles quickly.
List Of Features
- CSS library for each element
- Custom wrapper tag
- Image from a custom field
- Image from the media library
- Image from an external source
- Different image sizes
- Custom image alt tag
- Alt tag from a custom field
- Custom Attributes on Post Title
- Image as Lightbox
- Image as Background
- Custom image URL
- Image URL from custom field
- Styles Component for each element
- Custom Style option
- Advanced CSS pseudo selector
- Custom Layout submission access to our CSS Library
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a featured image in WordPress?
In WordPress, a featured image is known as a post thumbnail. It’s an image that represents a post, page, or custom post type. It is a way to visually enhance website content and make it more appealing to the readers.
Is the Featured image good for SEO?
Yes, featured images or thumbnails are good for search engines as they grab viewers’ attention, encouraging them to click on a post. Also, Adding relevant alt text to featured images helps to rank on the Google image search.
Do featured images expire?
Featured images do not have an expiration date. Once you set a featured image for a post or page in WordPress, it will remain until you change or remove it.
Is a featured image necessary?
Featured image is not strictly necessary for a post or page in WordPress. However, it’s important because it can help to grab users’ attention. When people are scrolling through social media or looking at search results, a WordPress-featured image is what will catch their eye and make them want to click on the post.