I’ve been using WordPress for a very long time. There’s 52 blogs connected to this account– some that I manage, some that I am just the appointed extra contact for. Many of these are premium accounts.
So, when stuff started falling apart over this last year, I got a little worried. I honestly didn’t know how to migrate so much over to another system. I wrote a whole post about leaving WordPress and finding other platforms that I luckily will not have to post because I have found a fix that works.
After weeks with the customer service team, they figured out that turning off my 3rd party block of cookies helps a bit. It was enough to cut down the panic.
But about a week later, I found something that fixes pretty much all the glitches including:
- Permission errors in the Editor
- Not being able to like other people’s posts
- Not being “logged in” to your own site, even though you are logged in, which is why sometimes you can’t reply to comments on your blog from the front-end of your blog
- The thing where it tells you that you’re not following the site that you are quite obviously following
I just use the Incognito Tab on Chrome. I call it “The Porn Tab” because I assumed that’s why it was invented, but I’ll have to phase that out of my language probably.
It’s The Blog Tab now!
I just wanted to share in case anyone else had been having any of these difficulties and wanted to bypass them all.
And I’d figure I’d use this as a reminder that NanoPoblano starts in 10 days! Sign up now to join the team.