I could not get the hang of it when attempting the New Block Editor; and when prompted a couple weeks ago as it became the WordPress standard I did click the button to load the old Editor. I proceeded to finish a post previously started and everything went okay, except in initiating a new post, which used the New Editor. Following instructions on WordPress to switch back was clear reading only to find out I needed to upgrade to a business site to be able to use the plug-in. It seemed to take something away, that was free that suited my needs, to having to purchase it because of a forced upgrade. Enough said: This work-around seems to establish use of the Older Editor..
I have been seeing that other Bloggers do not like using the new WP Block Editor any more than I do. This is the way I have been getting around it. It is very basic as you will see from the picture but it is very easy to use.
When you are on your “My Site” page look at the tabs down the left side. You will see the WP Admin page. I have highlighted it in this picture for you 🙂
Click the “WP Admin” tab and it will take you to this page
If you look down the left side of this page you will see the “Posts” tab. Click that and it will bring you to this page
You will now see it opens up a page that has all of your posts. Posted, scheduled, drafts, etc. Above these is an “Add New” which you can click…
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