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  • Hey can someone help me? i’m new to WordPress and i’m running a standalone version on my home server for blogging with my girlfriend overseas. I’m wanting to be able to click on “my blogs” to get some of the features in that screen.
    for some reason at the moment my dashboard button is missing “My Blogs”
    when i manually go to wp-admin/index.php?page=myblogs it says i have insufficient privileges I am the only admin on my blog and acutually the only user. can someone help me please?

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  • Did anybody ever answer this? I have the standalone version of WordPress (I think that’s what it’s called) and only only have three items under my Dashboard (Dashboard, Updates, Askimet Stats).

    I want to do something like the WordPress blog is referring to here:

    If anybody can point me in the right direction I’d appreciate it.

    I’m experiencing the same issue. I’ve tried the myriad of things to try:

    • Empty Browser Cache
    • Increase php memory
    • Disabling all plugins
    • Confirmed my wp-settings.php and wp-config.php include all changes from the 3.0.3 base

    Is this because I’ve migrated the database forward since 2.x?

    OK, it’s not missing. and are two very different beasts. Since I prefer to self-host, this isn’t in “core” as one might think if not paying close attention to the platform.

    So there’s no way us self-hosting folks can get that option eh?

    It seems there’s a bevy of plugins that offer similar functionality. However, as I prefer to do so manually, I’m not pursuing this any further right now. (It was curiosity, not necessity, that had me looking.) I’d love to hear, however, if you find a plugin that does a good job replicating this feature.

    Sounds good Kyle. If I find something I’ll post it up.

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