Add custom attribute to image using the_post_thumbnail

Add custom attribute to image using the_post_thumbnail

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November 15, 2016 | | 426 recognitions

Sometimes you will need to add a custom attribute to an image. This is very easy to do using the_post_thumbnail() function. The following snippet will add the custom attribute of 'itemprop="image" to your images but you can change that to nearly anything including class, alt, title etc.

the_post_thumbnail( 'thumbnail', array('class' => 'thumbnail', 'itemprop'=>'image') );

 

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