How To Force A Redirect To The Classic Editor Interface

How to use the old WordPress editor.

Diary of Dennis

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The Solution To Use The Classic Editor

If you are blogger at, this post here will help you to solve a big problem. As you have noticed, the decision makers at WordPress want to force you to use the recent new editor interface that is purely designed for mobile devices and for users who only create short-form content. This is of course a pain if you are desktop user and if you like to create long-form content as well. In this post you will learn how to get back to the classic editor permanently.

In the new editor form, we had a link back to the classic editor but that link is now gone too. WordPress does not have the intention to give us the link back as you can read here in the forums. If you go through this huge forum thread, you will find out…

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I am so excited to be doing the AtoZ Challenge.  It sounds like so much fun.

This is my AtoZ Challenge reveal.  I will be doing a different chronic illness each day in April.

I thought long and hard because there are so many things that I enjoy writing a about.  But I am sure that any of you who have been reading my blog for any time at all know that my true passion is to bring awareness to these chronic diseases that children are suffering through everyday and what a day in their life is like.  So I am happy and proud to reveal my theme:  Chronic Diseases.

Each day I will have a post on my blog:  I Am Not Sick Boy.  I hope  you all enjoy it.  Thank you Tena Carr for explaining this challenge to me and encouraging me to try it out.


Here I go again.  I’m up on my soap box today.  Next month is Ehler’s Danlos Awareness Month and this is one of those illnesses that aren’t talked about or known about.  I will tell you a little about my precious niece, Natalie.  She was born with a debilitating type of Ehler’s Danlos.  Other people have difficulty finding someone to give a correct diagnosis and they are living with an ‘invisible’ disease.  They are in pain, are exhausted, along with the many other symptoms that goes with E.D.  But, with Natalie, she had deformed feet and hands.  Her scoliosis was severe and she was put in a plaster body cast for the first year of her life.  After the cast was removed, she taught herself to eat and pick things up with her crooked feet. There were doctor’s visits, rides to the E.R and many sleepless nights from the beginning of her little life.  Later in her life, when her back was curved so severely that it was effecting her breathing and her heart, the spinal surgeries began with rods and pins and braces.  There were eight of those.  Then she found a surgeon to agree to attempt to operate on her permanently clenched fists to open them so she could feel some sort of normalcy.  What many people, even surgeons, are unaware that the collagen deficiency attacks the blood vessels, muscles, and nerves.  The surgeon discovered the many problems once he started and go inside her sweet hands and was forced to stop the surgery.  She is hoping for a future and I am praying for her future.

With all of that having been said, I would like everyone to read what I have put here from the
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome EDS Awareness organization and educate yourselves about the devastating illness.  Thank you for reading.

This is the Beighton score, it’s the current diagnostic criteria for Hypermobility Syndrome. A score above 4 means you are in the criteria to be diagnosed. This is used in the diagnosis of EDS too. It could be the reason for that ache you get that no one can quite put their finger on