How to Retrieve the WordPress Classic Editor…

Thanks to Foxfier for linking to this site, which allowed this author to re-acquire the Classic Editor for her WordPress site. If you prefer the Classic Editor as well, then follow the directions through the link and get it back today!

Freedom Is Just Another Word...

After the last screwupupdate by WP, the Classic Editor had disappeared, again,,,

BUT!! I have ‘discovered how to get it back!!

https://wordpress.com/support/classic-editor-guide/

Followed those steps and wonder of wonders!!

There it was!!

Now how long before they screw it up again!!

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