I am in the process of converting my EarthLink hosted website built with EarthLink provided website creation tool Trellix to WordPress. EarthLink also provided the WordPress installation functionality. The WordPress installed by Earthlink has been behaving pretty much as expected. But I noticed when I tried to add a HTML table builder tool to the top tool bar that the toolbar I have in the WP editor is different than shown in the setup screen for configuring the WP editor. I noticed the same difference when I tried to get a solution off of YouTube.com. I have thoroughly examined my WP Editor environment and read as much about this situation in WP provided documentation without finding a solution. I am adding a BAD and a GOOD screen shot of the WP Editor toolbars.
I didn't know that I could insert an image.
Looking forward to seeing how these embedded images are going to turn out after I submit my question.
It appears to me like I have reduced privileges from my logon. Like I am not administrator of my own WordPress instance. I noticed that the WordPress Editor toolbar is wrong on another WordPress website that I have hosted by a completely different vendor. And I know that I am not Administrator on that particular instance of WordPress. WordPressEditorToolBar-Bad.jpg WordPressEditorToolBar-Good.jpg
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