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How do I restore my lost website?

  1. jasonbencordero
    Member

    how to restore blog

    I had an issue with Godaddy.com and my hosting got cut for a day. Ive taken care of that end of the problem. Also changed the nameservers back to wordpress.com.

    When I go to my paid domain name friedunicorns.com the only thing that comes up is that friedunicorns.wordpress.com isn't registered, and asks if I want to.

    Im not sure what to do, and actually this is the second time its happened. The first time I started completely over, but I don't think I have the patience or time to do it a third time.

    I really hope someone can shed some light on this; as this is my business website.

    For the time being im going to just have the webpage redirected to another, but I need to have my business site back.

    The blog I need help with is friedunicorns.com.

  2. Now that domain points to an Etsy shop; is that what you wanted to happen?

  3. jasonbencordero
    Member

    No not at all. I have it redirected there for now just so Its going to a blank wordpress, site or godaddy, site. I did mean to set it that way for now though. If thats what you meant.

  4. What is the underlying WordPress.com URL that you're trying to attach the custom domain to? You can't use a custom domain here without attaching it to a blog of the format of whatever.wordpress.com. I need THAT URL.

  5. jasonbencordero
    Member

    It used to be friedunicorns.wordpress.com. Then i bought the domain name through godaddy. Upgraded my wordpress account to get rid of the .wordpress.

  6. I can see that you have two threads on the same issue and staff is now helping you via email, so I'll leave it to them.

  7. jasonbencordero
    Member

    Yeah i wasn't sure i had posted the right question. I really appreciate you taking the time to at least start answering some of my questions though!

    Thanks

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