Although I love much of what WordPress gives us to make it easy to interact, like, share, etc, I agree with Connie regards it’s ‘Behind the Scenes’ Admin area ‘enhancements’
Come on WordPress – Spare a thought for Old Bloggers like me, who still use archaic devices like computers and tablets to do our blogging from.
When I began blogging in 2011, I initially went with Google’sBloggerplatform, because a friend of mine was a Blogger user. It was simple and easy to use, but several friends had WordPress blogs, and I liked the way their blogs looked in comparison.
So I made the switch. Up until January of 2016, I was a happy WordPress user. On January 15, 2016, I went to write my blogpost for the day only to find I couldn’t get to my faithful Dashboard and was forced to use the “new improved posting experience.”
That didn’t sit well with me. That post was titled WordPress Blues. For some reason, that rant struck a chord with many WordPress users, and it started off like this:
WordPress people…you have pissed me off.
For a year now you have been trying to shove this new, less-than-useful dashboard down my throat, and for…
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