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How to Show Photo Credit on Your Home Page's Teaser Image

When using a teaser image on your home page, it's important to make sure you give credit where credit is due. To show photo credit on your home page's teaser image, follow these simple steps:


1. Begin by creating a new post — or editing an existing post — on your site that has a teaser image in need of photo credit.

2. Click on the tab that has an image icon on the right-hand side bar of the Entry Editor (this is the Teaser Settings tab).

3. The second option in that tab lets you add a teaser image.

4. Once uploaded, you'll see a grey square appear over the bottom-right corner of the image. This is where you enter the teaser image credit.

If you only add photo credit to the lead image, the credit will appear on the post page but not the home page.

Check out how a photo credit appears on the home page:

Conversely, if you add photo credit to the teaser image but not the lead image, you will see the credit appear on the home page and not the post page.

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