What You Should Do Now That WordPress Have Officially Retired The Classic Editor

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If you’re a WordPress.Com user and use the WordPress.Com Classic editor, WordPress recently made an important announcement which will affect you and which you may have missed.

The Classic Editor Is Moving

Well over a year ago, WordPress announced that the WordPress.com Classic editor was being set for retirement. Since the beginning of 2019, I’ve also mentioned this in several of my own blog posts.

On August 13, 2020, WordPress finally announced that their Classic editor was now officially retired. However, it’s not entirely disappearing.

To continue using the Classic editor, users will have to access it via the Classic block on the Gutenberg Block Editor.

The Classic block provides an editing experience that mimics the Classic editor with some added benefits.

When are the changes taking place?

The changes are happening in phases. WordPress will email users informing them when to expect the change.

For full details and how…

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Keep the Faith: 6 Stories of Faith and Perseverance.

The outcome of this year’s U.S. elections will define the United States for the rest of the 21st Century.

The stories below are of courage, faith, perseverance, and hope. You can choose to believe the absurd lies promoted by Putin’s toxic propaganda, or you trust your eyes and use the gift of reason to vote to preserve one of the greatest democracies in the history of our species.

Don’t let Trump and his corrupt enablers steal your power.

Vote early.

Vote for Democracy.

Vote for Biden.


August, 24 2020: Edited to add Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s 2020 Democratic National Convention Speech. If you don’t believe you can change our system of government just speak to any #LGBTQ civil rights activist who remembers when being gay was a crime.

Nothing will change if you don’t vote.

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You can also register to vote as a Democrat at voterizer.org

To volunteer to be a poll worker visit the U.S. Elections Assitance commission.


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