#amblogging: WordPress Blues
I brought this to the attention of WordPress last year. Hopefully, if this, and other complaints, are reblogged enough, WP administration will see that more than a few people are unhappy with the new system.
There are many good things about WordPress, but their less-than-useful dashboard is not one of them.
For a year now you have been trying to shove this new, less-than-useful dashboard down my throat, and for that same year, I have refused to use it. You allowed me the option to stay with the expanded version that played to my needs, and so I didn’t complain.
Today, however, you cut off my simple access to the old, better-for-my-purposes dashboard, and forced me to hunt for a way to get back to it. So rather than the post I had intended, we are going to discuss how a determined blogger can get around your arbitrary decision.
I do not post my blogs from a cell phone. For those people who do, I am sure the bland wall of white fog that is the new default dashboard is fine, but for me it is NOT USEFUL.
First of all, the writing is pale…
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