Setting featured image size + Excluding widget area from styling

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    Hi guys, right now my featured image thumbnail defaults to my thumbnail media size. I would like to choose my large media size for it instead, as well as moving all opening post below it by default. I’ve read this

    and tried something like

     if ( function_exists( 'add_theme_support' ) ) { 
    add_theme_support( 'post-thumbnails' );
    set_post_thumbnail_size( 150, 150, true ); // default Post Thumbnail dimensions (cropped) 

    But the code doesn’t seem to be working for me. You can see what it looks like here in my latest post:

    Secondly, my after post area (see end of page here is currently a mess after inheriting multiple css styles at once.
    Basically it’s styling I set for content area+ sidebar widget text styles, and the tiny mce text plugin. I’ve struggled to create a separate, overriding style for that area but can’t figure it out. I would be grateful for any help here.



    Your links go to a “Things yet to come” page, so I can’t see anything.

    For your images, have you tried this:

    From your WordPress Dashboard, click on Genesis > Theme Settings
    Then find the section Content Archives.
    Find the “Include the Featured Image?” section and check it.
    Then you should be able to choose the size of image you want.

    You should not need to code you added because the 150×150 thumbnail size is standard for WordPress.

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