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Andy – if you “bump” your post, it will drop off the list of “unanswered posts“, and will be ignored, as people who are assisting here use that search to see who still needs assistance.
Check your archive settings – Dashboard > Genesis > Theme Settings > Content Archives, and then check your reading settings (Dashboard > Settings > Reading); check the number there.
For example, all themes can have widget areas in the sidebar, text or footer if we want them? - Yes; most themes have three footer widgets; some have two, while others have four. Some may have them disabled, but they can be re-enabled.
All themes can have sidebar left or right or full width? Generally speaking, yes. Some may have that functionality disabled on the home page, if it takes advantage of home page widgets. Again, it can be modified.
All themes can have post or page thumbnails wherever we want to add links? Yes.
All themes can have related post & related page widgets? Yes – these are usually done with plugins.
All themes can have column widths changed? Technically, yes, but this would generally require coding.
You mean something like this?
Go to Dashboard > Posts > All Posts > select all your posts, and then edit them. Check the box to “enable comments”.
If you need further assistance, please include your site’s URL.
Without seeing your html, I can’t really offer much more – I tested the link I provided, and it works – you can see it wrapping around my image here (link)
The other suggestion is to add an image widget
September 2, 2015 at 5:43 am in reply to: How to make page template for 3 different language sections of site #164313September 1, 2015 at 8:23 pm in reply to: [Genesis Responsive Slider] Select items individually or via Tag #164291September 1, 2015 at 8:22 pm in reply to: How to make page template for 3 different language sections of site #164290
How about a category page? StudioPress has instructions here: http://my.studiopress.com/tutorials/category-blog-page/