2 Apr 28, 2020 23:37
I hadn't responed sooner as I don't use the Stain Skin and thought It would be a bit of a chore trying to find the issue, but then:-
I use a lot of html and only recently used the HTML5 option of
<figure> <img src="" alt="" /> <figcaption></figcaption> </figure>
and noticed the glyph you get when the image isn't picked up.
So it looks like it could be a skin issue not a b2evo one.
The simplest way I can think of at the moment is to use css to hide the whole <figure> block
which of course means that all such uses won't show.
You can of course add identifiers to the css to more specifically target the posts/items.
So though I'm not sure you can try the [display:none] which will at least confirm it is a <figure> tag issue.
Alternatively hack the skin
EDIT : UPDATE
There clearly is a default (no image) glyph which can be changed but then again that owuld effect all instances of unavailable images as the issue is does the Stains Skin only use the <figure> tag and not the straight <img> tag