Quick question. Yer serious blogger, one of those that wish to teach the rest of us how to use WordPress properly, will speak much of the dashboard: what it is, what it shows and so on. But how many of us actually use it or read it?
Not me, really. In fact, until I saw something on Lorelle’s site, I had gone some time without thinking about it or even reading it – I’d just jump in to everything else. (On re-reading that, I ought to make it clear that I am talking about the frontpage of the dashboard, not the rest of it).
When I did read it, I realised that I should upgrade to kill some bugs and fix some security issues and that some other things had come up. So that was good. But really, does anyone actually read it?
I had a look at the “Latest Activity” panel and noticed the places that link here and found an odd page. It seems to link to me, but on reading the page, I can’t actually see what it links to. Most odd.
And now, now that I actually come to post this, the bleeding link has gone. Typical.
Anyway, your dashboard won’t change much to be honest – unless you write an awesome blog that gets linked to regularly or unless WordPress development goes mental and the team feels that they have to post on a daily basis.
There you are, a rather dull post about a dull part of the blog – in this case, by the way, it’s good that it’s dull, you do not want an exciting utility.
So, not much to say on this, good pictures though. Check out the utilities on your own blog, you may find something worth looking at.