Today has been a nightmare. 40 clients who HAD working websites are now hyperventilating because they either can’t find something OR their site is dead in the water.
Some of my clients can barely use their site and now everything in the post area is gone. What was the point in that? Yes, all you have to do is pull down the little screen options menu, but who told you anyone wanted to mess around with that?
When I update my blog I expect it to look and work as it did before I updated it. Many of us don’t care about the eager beaver fancy features.
Do you know how difficult it is to explain to a 75 year old woman that the stupid black bar across the top of her website can only be seen by her?!?!?! AND NOW SHE WANTS IT PINK TO MATCH THE REST OF HER SITE!
I have 3 more blogs I have to restore because this upgrade was such a epic FAIL!
Could you please not fix was isn’t broken and when you do the next upgrade make “the new look” an option and not mandatory.
How does one remove the code that tells people it’s time to update? Clearly updating is a bad idea and we need to wait a few versions until all the kinks are out.
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