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How do I remove the splash image from my post but keep an image on the front page and social?

Since the splash image is used by default to display a preview on the front page, sidebar and on social - you might be wondering what you do if you want to post an article without a splash image.

You can simply use our teaser settings to choose the exact images you want to be displayed as a teaser and on social. That way you can keep the beautiful preview images you need without adding a splash image in your article. Read more about Teaser settings.

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