6th Blogversary According to WordPress June 24, 2019

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This was weird as I thought my 6th Blogversary was next month, not today. I thought about it when I re-blogged the 6th Anniversary for My Blog Turns 6 — The Captain’s Speech.

I also hit 2,500 posts yesterday, Genealogical Database Growth Slows — The DNA Geek. I’m working on a 2,500th post update.

I wish WordPress would bring back the Trophy Case, https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/where-is-the-trophy-case/ – removed in 2015,

Hi there,

Our team decided earlier this year to remove the trophy case from WordPress.com. You can still see your trophies in your notifications as you get them, but there isn’t a page where you can go back to view your past trophies.

I’ll let our team know that’s something you’re interested in so we can consider bringing it back in the future. 🙂

I am trying to find two strange Trophies  (think they involved 1337 Likes and 1337 posts) I was awarded back earlier this year, maybe late last year. Not finding them in my e-mails, but not sure how to search for the e-mail)

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4 Responses to 6th Blogversary According to WordPress June 24, 2019

  1. jenslife80 says:

    Well done, hope I will still be celebrating my 6th blogversary one day. Keep up the great work 🙂

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    • It will be here before you know it. I didn’t have my first blog post until sometime in July 2013 and WordPress kept showing it as Saved, but when I went to publish it, it disappeared in the World Wide Web. I was shocked and it took a while for me to get back into blogging after that incident. I still trust WordPress too much when it comes to saving and auto-saving, but I have only lost a handful of other posts in the last few years.

      I sometimes type them up on Notepad or a similar word processing program which cuts down on how much I lose if WordPress gets too hungry.

      It didn’t help when my original blog had an update issue and I didn’t post very much in 2015 as I was fighting to get the issue resolved. It wasn’t, but at least I saved most of the posts before the update killed my access. I was able to use the 95% I had saved and migrate it back to WordPress.

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