Featured images can add a great visual element to your WordPress posts, but there may be times when you want to hide them. For example, you might want to hide the featured image if it's not relevant to the content of the post, or if you're using a plugin that already displays an image.

If your WordPress theme doesn't provide an option to hide featured images, don't worry - you can easily achieve this by adding a few lines of code to your site. Here's how you can do it:

Step 1: Access the Admin Panel

First, log in to your WordPress dashboard and go to the Admin Panel.

Step 2: Navigate to Additional CSS

Next, navigate to the Appearance section and click on Customize. From there, select Additional CSS.

Step 3: Add the Code

Copy and paste the following code into the Additional CSS section:

.entry-content img {

  display: none;


This code will hide the featured image for all single posts on your website.

Step 4: Hide the Featured Image for a Particular Post

If you want to hide the featured image for a specific post, you can do so by adding the post ID to the code. To do this, use the following code:

.post-12345 .post-image {

  display: none;


Make sure to replace "12345" with the actual post ID of the post where you want to hide the featured image.

Note: Keep in mind that this code will only hide the featured image from the specific page or post. The image will still be available in your media library.