Concrete 5.5 Composer - Blog Entry has "Header Image" and "Thumbnail" fields

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Where did these come from?

I've looked in the Composer settings for the Blog Entry page type, but it doesn't look like it's coming from there. I'm testing a clean install of 5.5 on MAMP and the test site is using the Plain Yogurt theme with the sample content installed.

Can these data entry fields be removed? And how?

Thanks!

- John

arrestingdevelopment
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luan replied on at Permalink Reply
If you look in your in your concrete folder ie: concrete/blocks/image/composer, you'll see the two files header.php and thumbnail.php. If you need to make changes to these files create create an image/compose/header.php in the root block directory; this is so you wont mess up your concrete installation. Hope this helps.
arrestingdevelopment replied on at Permalink Reply
arrestingdevelopment
Thanks, Luan. I'll check those out and see what I can do to hide/eliminate them.

Appreciate the pointer!
stronadzieci replied on at Permalink Reply
I'm sorry - I don't uderstand. What can I do to use blog composer wiithout thumbnail image?
luan replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi,

If you don't want a thumbnail to show up go into your root folder of your theme and find the file, blog_entry.php and remove or comment out this line:

if ($c->isEditMode()) {
print '<br><br>';
$a = new Area('Thumbnail Image');
$a->display($c);
}

I think you may need to also remove the field when you log in and go to dashboard/pagetype/blog_entry/defaults.

This may help out a little.
http://www.concrete5.org/documentation/how-tos/editors/setting-up-a...
studiollama replied on at Permalink Reply
Thank you so much! I have been googling for hours for where these files were!