Cutline and Widgets

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  • #507241

    I have been trying to add widgets as they used to be more or less before the change, but I am not able to change anything now. Can you please advise in not extremely technical terms? I do not even now if this CSS thing concerns me… Many thanks in advance.

    The blog I need help with is ohlalacestlavie.wordpress.com.

    #507345

    1tess
    Moderator Emeritus

    Is this you?
    http://ohlalacestlavie.wordpress.com/
    (It makes it much easier for us volunteers to help you when you provide a clickable link.)
    You should be able to add widgets just as you did before the change from Cutline to Coraline.
    Appearance —> Widgets —> move your widgets from the inactive widgets window into sidebar…

    Folks with CSS are likely experiencing more problems with the change-over to Coraline.

    #507346

    mvwphoto
    Member

    Personally, I really, really resent the change from Cutline, which I liked, to Coraline, which although only subtly different, I find ugly.

    My blog is mission-critical and this change is reason for me to leave .com and to go to a hosted provider. And also to advise others NOT to use WordPress. A critical change without consultation, and then support is offsite for two weeks “to make things better”?

    #507635

    UUps, sorry! Yes, this is me… It is working now, so thanks for your quick response :)

    #507637

    timethief
    Member

    I apologize for the typos above – I’m vusally impaired. Here’s a corrected version:

    @mvwphoto
    Personally as a Volunteer who is providing to support to those who really do have support issues and who had nothing whatsoever to do with this removal and replacement of themes I would like to invite you to keep your emotional stuff on hold. On August 16th you can register your feedback with Staff at this link http://en.support.wordpress.com/contact/

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