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I am having some trouble with featured images appearing twice in an RSS feed. One a “webfeedsFeaturedVisual” and the other “attachment-post-image”. This is causing the same image to be duplicated in my RSS emails. Is there a way to hide one of these image instances from the feed?

Hi, I don’t see any image duplication. Can you please post a screenshot?

Regards, Luis.

It actually looks like this was being caused by a plugin. I tried disabling plugins until I found the one causing it.

I do have a couple other questions that came up, though:

1. Is it possible to change the size of the images being used for the post-sticky-yes-thumb and post-thumb images? My images there are currently getting stretched.

2. My sticky posts are currently being listed at the top of my blog page, but I would prefer that page be in order by date (regardless of whether a post is sticky), and that sticky posts are only used for the slider on the home page. Is it possible to change the ordering rules on the blog page but keep the slider filter?


1. They are not being stretched, they are resized proportionally until all the edges are covered with the image.

2. I don’t understand your question, they are already ordered by date, both, the slider and the blogroll.

P.S.: by the way, I’m sorry to inform you that your support period has expired but you can extend it by following the link on top of this page to keep getting assistance. (

Regards, Luis.

Hi, I downloaded and tried to install the theme – APE MAG Wordpress theme,

but i received this message, the installation is failed:


Unpacking the package…

Installing the theme…

The package could not be installed. The theme is missing the style.css stylesheet.

Theme installation failed.


Hi, did you check this help article?

This is a very common error.

Regards, Luis.

nvm fixed


rmchale Purchased

Hi. Pre-sale question: Is there support for custom post types?

What do you mean? CPT are natively supported by wordpress and apemag should not have any problems rendering your posts, but remember that you may need to create your own template file if you want to customize the way it’s presented.

Regards, Luis.