Hide Pinterest Images In Posts
What if you could hide Pinterest images within your blog posts?
You know, those big, bulky images taking up three-quarters of your blog posts? It is frustrating to your readers and it discourages them from scrolling down to leave a comment or from finding more of the great content you have to offer. You know exactly what I’m talking about. You’ve seen it on other blogs you’ve read. It’s so irritating! But it doesn’t have to be. What if I told you that you could have as many Pinterest images for your readers to choose from as you like and they wouldn’t take up any extra space in your article?
Here’s our Quick & Dirty How To Hide Pinterest Images Within A Blog Post!
1. Add the image to the bottom of your post.
2. Click the text tab in your editor.
3. Find the image tag.
4. Before the tag add: <div style = “display:none;”>
5. After the tag add: </div>
Note: there should be no space between > and the start of the image code < as well as no space between the image closing > and </div>.
Once you get the hang of it, it will take no time at all. It’s really an easy little trick! Try it and have trouble? Let me know in the comments and I’ll do my best to help you get it right!
Ways to use your hidden Pinterest images:
1. For gift guides: Create a pin for each recommended item and one for a collage. Hide them all! That way, if someone really likes one item, they can just pin that one! 2. For round up posts: Again, allowing your reader to pick their favorite! 3. For testing purposes: It’s always a good idea to try more than one style or verbage for Pinterest images. The ability to hide both helps you figure out which one is more appealing to pin! (We’ll be adding more on A/B testing soon!) Have some other ideas? Or have you done something unique hiding Pinterest images? Share with us below!