I have not found the solution so far by reading the documentation on the subject, nor by looking at previous answers in this forum.
As I don’t have images highlighted in the posts, in the blog page you can only see the texts of the articles.Site URL: hidden Theme version: 9.1.14 WooCommerce version: 8.1.1
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Hi Tony, I know that normally the widget is on the right sidebar and I am very surprised to see the screenshot that you sent me, because it appears to you and not to me, that’s the problem, that after the Post Format widget follows the Excerpt widget and not the Featured Image widget.
I attach the screenshot. https://postimg.cc/34GvNgpZ
Thank you for your help.
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Hi Tony, I have already done it several times, I even changed my browser from chrome to edge and firefox and still the featured image widget does not appear.
this screenshot is in the edge browser which i have never used to manage wordpress
I have looked and the featured image option does not appear even in the wordpress panel preferences.
from all the information I have looked on the internet, there is none that talks about this problem, the closest thing is a wordpress forum that talks about theme compatibility with “add_theme_support( ‘post-thumbnails’ );” but I have no idea what that means.
After watching videos on youtube I discovered that the problem is generated by an option in the general preferences of the editor in which an action is requested prior to publication, this option should be disabled.
Attached is a screenshot.
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