July 9, 2012

How to Define a Default Post Thumbnail

I’ve seen a few tutorials floating around the WordPress-o-Sphere about setting a default post thumbnail for WordPress’ featured image functionality. Some involve tactics like saving a permanent default image (theme authors, please don’t do that)…

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