What is it with all these WordPress changes? This morning I went on to check my stats, and the format has been revised AGAIN. It took me about 10 minutes to find my own Dashboard, and I only managed it by reading WordPress’ instructions at the top of the page, and then scrolling through numerous options on the left side of the screen. None of those options said “Dashboard.”
“Settings” only took me to the administrative pages that include such stuff as my account information.
Finally, in desperation, I clicked on “Menus.” That took me to a screen that looked amazingly like the old Dashboard – until I focused my eyes on all those drop-down options in the middle, one of which was — wait for it — “Menus Structure.”
Where the f* is my Dashboard, people? I just want to check my comments and look at my stats! Ah, wait, if I go to the very top left and click on the “Dashboard” link, it actually takes me to the Dashboard I know and love. Ten minutes later!
Don’t the WordPress employees have anything better to do with their time than to reformat their site every other day? Bloggers like me have a hard enough time just getting onto a computer sometimes – having to deal with reformatted pages is a nightmare, especially first thing in the morning.
Maybe the WordPress people are all sadistic sociopaths.
Maybe I should send Not CM over to work for WordPress. Bet they’d have a job right up her alley – perhaps she could work with the reformatting-every-other-day people, and maybe add background sounds to the home page:
Hey, blogger – got you guessing! Ha, ha.
Watcha lookin’ for – keep trying, it’s there SOMEWHERE. Boo-ha-ha.
Tell us what you need, and we’ll make sure you don’t get it.
Wake up, bozo – a 2-year-old could do this better than you.
Anyone else fed up with WordPress today?
Image by Stephen Coles