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About WordPress Changes and What We Can Do


WordPress is implementing changes. Feedback concerning these changes is uniformly negative. In fact, the changes make it impossible to for me to tell if you have seen my posts unless you “like” them or comment. So please: I know you have been reading, but in the future I will not be able to tell, so again please, drop a “like” or comment (even if empty), to let me know you came by. Thanks!

Freed From Time

For Help with the changes (workarounds) please click here.    This content is about Underlying Motive, The Problems, Probable Cause, How We Can Make a Difference and Remaining Questions.

*** There is now a reply from CEO Matt Mullenweg, (Jan 29, 2015 at 17:57) in comments and your very welcome to respond. ***

Underlying Motive

Matt Mullenweg, owner and recently appointed CEO of WordPress, has himself indicated a wish to pursue the mobile market which is made clear in and interview with Forbes click here ! (page 5/6) .  However that interview does not indicate any intention to abandon desk top users.

Add to this, Tiger Global now have at a total of $110 million invested in WP here !.  Tiger Global also have investments in the expanding Indian and South American mobile and e-commerce markets.

Amended/Addition:  From WSJ/Digits  “We both have a long term…

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8 thoughts on “About WordPress Changes and What We Can Do

  1. I’m sorry to hear you’ve had so many problems. I don’ know if this will be any help with you own situation, but this seems to work for most. Click on below and bookmark if it works.

    Best of Luck 🙂

    • Yes, thanks, that one still works. But WordPress is saying that they’re going to remove that page “soon”, after which everyone must use their new stats page — which doesn’t display for me at all.

      I hope there will be enough negative feedback to change their minds, but I’m not optimistic.

      • I do understand your concern. The forums comments form staff do indicate that the stats page will be “phased out”. On other hand Matt Mulenweg has guaranteed to keep the WP -Admin interface. This is being interpreted by some to mean the entire interface including the stats page. Which I think is a reasonable interpretation and have asked Mat Mullenweg for confirmation. And, on the other hand this pursuit has only just begun. There are more processes yet but it cannot be rushed.

        At least we will make them think twice before treating people in this manner again.

  2. With apologies for the intrusion, but I thought, since you were kind enough to leaves a Like/Comment on a relevant post, that you might like an opportunity to vote on the issues raised by recent WordPress changes. There is an overall objective and Voting starts here.

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