Sad to say this, because version 12 had been excellent.
Version 13.x has a lot of issues with a wide range of plugins, and with every little problem solved, two more seem to arise. After having had to fix five sites manually on the root level, I switched back to version 12.6, but only in order to have an interim solution until I found an alternative for this crap.
Sorry to say, these developers seem to be a bunch of amateurs who are not able to handle problematic situations properly. I would have expected that, instead of advising people to roll back to 12.6 after experiencing problems (which could easily lead to breaking the whole site), that crappy version 13 should have been removed totally so that it would not be offered to users at all. This would be an action that proved the developers to be real professionals.
As the people at the WordPress.org Plugin Directory mailed me a few days ago:
“If someone wants to destroy their plugin and, thus, their reputation in the community, that’s on them. We advocate users to leave reviews to express their displeasure.”
Today I decided to do so.
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