A useful feature for me is the display of the WordPress post images in the WordPress Admin. In this post, I show two simple plugins with which you can add the post image in an additional column in the overview of all posts in the backend.
In today's part of the series of articles about featured images, I have a little plugin tip for you with which you can configure a standard image in WordPress, which will be displayed if the featured images are missing. This fallback ensures that every post in WordPress is always assigned a post image.
In this part of my series of articles on featured images, I'll show you how to edit and crop the WordPress featured image. Being able to select the image section yourself is often very helpful because WordPress often crops the images unfavorably.
In this post, I'll introduce the Featured Image Caption plugin, which you can use to add captions for WordPress featured images. Featured picture subtitles are a great way to show the source or creator of the picture.
WordPress themes define a fixed size for featured images, to which the images are cut and displayed. This post explains how you can change the size of WordPress post images later.
After changing the standard image sizes in the media settings or switching to a new theme with different image sizes, the featured images for older posts must be regenerated. This post shows you which plugins can easily do this.