How To Force A Redirect To The Classic WordPress.com Editor Interface

I was glad to see this as I simply can’t stand the new editor for new posts. It’s made for mobile and I’m at a PC. It’s a simple process and fast.

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The Solution To Use The Classic Editor

If you are blogger at wordpress.com, 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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15 thoughts on “How To Force A Redirect To The Classic WordPress.com Editor Interface

    1. I ran both a Norton scan and a malwarebites scan on my system after installing trickmonkey and the script. Looks good so far. The old editor is a nice, professional grade and that lousy, new one is sooo third grade.

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    1. It’s just two quick steps if you follow the links. If you have Google chrome click on Tampermonkey and click on install extension, then come back to his page and go to #3. and click on “this link” and install the script. That simple. Nothing technical. You don’t have to read script to do it. It’s just CSS for Woprdpress.

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  1. I saw this and immediately downloaded the extension. I can’t stand the new editor. Haven’t tried the new extension yet, but he sounded like it was the perfect solution. Have you tried it yet?

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    1. Yes! Works great. Downloaded the extension and then back to “this link” to install the CSS script. I ran some scans to make certain everything was clean before I shared the post. WordPress, focusing on those who have gone mobile, ids forgetting the professionals who use their service. Instead of a professional editor they gave us this silly little third grade thing. Definitely NOT an UPgrade.

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