(I'm attempting to produce this blog post using the new editor. I'll let you know how it goes – ie: whether I give up and revert to the old one, as I did last time.) 12 poems in a year I've joined a challenge to write twelve poems in twelve months on https://12shortstories.com/poetry/ This is … Continue reading 12 Poems
Introduction & Basic Functions (with Screenshots & Step-By-Step Instructions)
Maybe I move in the wrong circles, but all the posts I’ve seen so far about the new editor have detailed how to turn it off, so I found this advice on retrospectivlily.com encouraging as well as enlightening.
Hi, friends. Happy New Year! 🙂 Speaking of things that are new…
A new editor has come to WordPress, and while using it isn’t mandatory for now, we’ll all (presumably) be forced to switch at some point. [It’s actually a few months old but new to me.]
Anticipating that, I have been using the new editor for a couple weeks. At first, I hated it, because who likes change? Now that I’m used to it, I like it more than the old one (mostly).
Without further ado, let’s dive in.
The Foundational Difference Between the Old & New Editor
The old editor works like the average text document, such as Microsoft Word or Google Docs. A blog post is essentially one text document filled with various components. All the options for formatting are arranged across the top. If you want to write a list, insert a blockquote, make a…
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