How to fix the Visual Editor in WordPress 5
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If you have upgraded to WordPress 5 and use any form of visual editor you may find that your editing display is not working or you cannot edit or publish any new content.
Before you panic and think you will have to roll back to a previous version of WordPress or an older website backup – try this.
Go to Plugins and add the ‘WP Classic Editor Plugin’ once activated you may well find that you are back in business and can back to work.
NB: As new patches are released by WordPress and plugin authors update their software this should be a temporary solution. However, WordPress is going to maintain this plugin for at least a couple of years.
This was a large project for Self Catering Agency Lindford House.
The brief for this site was that the client wanted to be able to update the website themselves if required, add online availability and be mobile friendly. The client also wanted to enter the world of social media so we also set up Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus Accounts.
We were also asked to set up a full marketing and SEO package to help the company expand and grow. They have already seen their portfolio grow in the short time the new website has been live.
This is the first of two new website launches this week.
We were approached towards the end of last year to design and build a new website for Cornish Riding Holidays. The brief was to provide a website that was responsive, mobile friendly and could be updated by the client. The client also wanted the inclusion of social media and wanted bright colours to be appealing to the young audience they had in mind. Provision was also made for the inclusion of video. www.cornishridingholidays.co.uk