Oh, Sweet Jesus, WordPress!

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WordPress just changed the format of the dashboard, and nearly gave me a heart attack.  I wanted to edit a draft, and when I clicked on  “Posts” I got the actual posts in preview format, instead of the classic dashboard with just the post listing.

Made it look as if ALL my posts had been PUBLISHED!

Anyone else get that kind of scare today?

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7 Responses to Oh, Sweet Jesus, WordPress!

  1. Doobster418 says:

    After reading this post, I went to my dashboard and clicked on posts and got the same thing. But if you look on the right, there is something that says “View Classic Dashboard.” If you click on that, it takes you back to the good, old, reliable dashboard we all know and love, and if you click on posts there, it takes you to the post listings. Good old WordPress. Always keeping us guessing.

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  2. I’m not fond of sudden changes, either. As to getting older, yes get off my lawn and pull your darn pants up, you look ridiculous! 🙂

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    • It took me a few minutes to figure out exactly what you mean by your second sentence, mainly because I assume everyone’s younger than me and has no problems with teenaged neighbors. (I actually thought for a minute you were telling ME I looked ridiculous, which I would if my pants were down, but I don’t go outside like that!) My neighbor’s kids are younger, but not much better. I’ll be posting on that in a couple of weeks. Thanks for taking the time to read and comment on my post.

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  3. yup, I know exactly what you mean, but my biggest headaches actually come from facebook’s continual, unnecessary tinkering. they’ve changed now the way you can share from a fan page if you manage said page – you used to be able to share directly from the page to your own and other pages, which helped boost views … but of course they eliminated that because they want paid placement. sigh.

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