“When things go wrong, don’t go with them!” ~ Elvis Presley.
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I have a question for my fellow bloggers – Do you use the WP Admin Classic Editor?
You may have noticed that the WPAdmin link is missing from the sidebar.
You may also have noticed that clicking All Posts redirects to the Blocks Editor screen view of posts instead of our usual admin view of saved posts.
I’m unsure when the redirect occurred because I use my desktop saved links to the Admin Classic for both sites.
If it has happened to you and you don’t have the full Admin editor link saved such as our Weekly Prompts link below – all is not lost.
There is always a solution – Try copying the address below into your browser but change the blog name to your own. If it’s successful, then don’t forget to save it.
You might need to have a second window open so that you’re not continually clicking the back button to see other saved posts.
It’s not a perfect solution, but for now it’s all I’ve got! Hope this has been of help to some of you.
As for me, I usually write my articles using the Microsoft Word Blogging Template, save as a WordPress blog draft, click to auto upload to WordPress and if necessary tweak/edit with the WP Admin Classic editor. This combination suits me well.
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