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March 24, 2024
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Is there any way that this option can be turned on and of for each feed rather than just have a global setting.

What I’m finding is that one feed we use only has a first image so we need that image.

On the other feed, there are two images so we need to ignore the first.

So I’m left with the choice

having one feed producing posts with no images and the other feed producing one image

or

having one feed producing one image and the other producing two images

I do realise that there may be options within the theme to help deal with this but I’m trying to keep it simple.

 

So what I am really asking is that is there any way within CyberSEO Pro to set what images get shown on each feed?

Thanks.

March 24, 2024
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The featured images are not tied to any feeds in the “eye” of your WordPress theme. The feeds are content sources that are used to generate posts. When posts are generated, they are handled by the theme used on your site – it decides to show or hide their featured images. The theme doesn’t know exactly which CyberSEO Pro feed this particular post comes from, or maybe it was even created by you manually, so the theme works globally. Of course, it is possible to modify your theme to make it sort the displayed posts by some criteria, such as their category, tags or CyberSEO Pro feed source URL, but this will involve some coding because all WordPress themes are written in PHP.

The plugin on its part only generates the posts and adds them to your database, after that it completely “forgets” about them. This means that you can’t use CyberSEO Pro to control how the posts are displayed on your site, but you can control their generation process. You can set the plugin to generate featured images for all posts generated from a particular feed or not. You can also remove images from posts as they are generated.

You can also remove all images from your posts and replace them with AI-generated images, Pixabay images, or images from Google Image search results. You can generate a featured image for each syndicated post using alternative sources (AI, Pixabay, Google Images, etc.) without using the images from these posts as thumbnail sources. The plugin allows you to implement almost any strategy…

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March 24, 2024
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You said:

You can set the plugin to generate featured images for all posts generated from a particular feed or not. You can also remove images from posts as they are generated.

So can you please tell me exactly for each feed how I can set it whether or not to generate a featured image?

I can only see the option in General Settings which affects all the feeds.

March 24, 2024
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