- Updates and Alerts for 4/14/19:
- Welcome to our new feature, Updates and Alerts!
- For any of you who have been unable to stay logged into your WordPress account, please click HERE for a possible solution. This tech document can also be found in the Page “Answers to Techie Questions” in the Menu area (click the “Menu” button in the upper right corner of this web page for this material).
Dear Members of Our Community:
We’re pleased to let people know that we may have figured out a tech fix that could enable those of you who have been having difficulty staying logged into their WordPress account from one day to the next to stay logged in after all. Our thanks to Doug for putting us onto the right path (we hope) for solving this issue.
This is a tentative fix, and it may help some but not all of those of you who are having this problem. If you’re one of those having this problem, please give this fix a try and let us know in the Comments area below whether it helps you or not (link to the document is in “Updates and Alerts” above).
BUT PLEASE NOTE: THIS FIX IS ONLY for those readers who are *not* able to stay logged into WordPress across many days. Anyone who *is* able to stay logged in for long periods of time does *not* need to apply this fix.
For those of you who have problems logging back into WordPress after applying this fix, please click https://wordpress.com/log-in to go to their login page and log back in there. Then reload this page to see the black ribbon which should now appear. You won’t see the black ribbon unless and until you reload our website after logging into your WordPress account.
It has also come to our attention that some of our readers may not realize that there is a fair amount of useful information in the “Menu” area. If you are not aware of this material, you can find it by clicking on the Menu button in the upper right corner of any web page on the site. We urge everyone to get familiar with that area.
And that gets us to the new “Update and Alert” area we may periodically place at the top of a new or recent post in the future. (See the top of this post for an example.) We are hoping that this will help us get news and other material in front of everyone in a way readers won’t miss.
Events are speeding up. We may want to alert everyone to topical news as it happens, rather than waiting to write it into a later post or have it be lost. As in this post, we may want to point every reader to new information we have placed in the Menu area. This also gives us the opportunity to provide other brief messages. Please take a look at the Alert at the top of this post to get familiar with its appearance and what it might contain. We will see whether this new section proves useful or not.
The TNRS Answers team.