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Messed up my Website's Definition at WordPress.com - HELP!

  1. This PM I attempted to add a new Blog to my WordPress.com account and really screwed up!

    While attempting to register a new blog at wordpress.onlineteachingassociates.net I completely borked the registration for my existing site at onlineteachingassociates.com.

    Now I can't figure out how edit the site definition on WordPress.com, reverse today's changes and pointthe mapping for onlineteachingassociates.com back to pointsto the website it SHOULD be pointing to.

    Now I understand that I SHOULD NOT have changed the settings for OTA's existing website. (onlineteachingassociates.com) And SHOULD HAVE added a new blog instead.

    I'll be very happy to do so if someone can help me undo the damage I've just done.

    Thanks in advance for all assistance.

    Sincerely yours,

    Dr. Bob Blomeyer

    The blog I need help with is onlineteachingassociates.com.

  2. The blog you specified at onlineteachingassociates.com does not appear to be hosted at WordPress.com.

    This support forum is for blogs hosted at WordPress.com. If your question is about a self-hosted WordPress blog then you'll find help at the WordPress.org forums.

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    If you forgot to include a link to your blog, you can reply and include it below. It'll help people to answer your question.

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  3. You appear to be in the wrong forum

  4. What would the correct forum be?

    My mistake that's misdirecting my self-hosted blog's administrative access was made by naively changing a setting at WordPress.com.

    All I'm asking is how to undo that damage.

    Dr. Bob

  5. I understand that this is the support forum for hosted WordPress.com sites.

    That doesn't change the fact that it's the data in my user account registration on WordPress.com that's misdirecting all my attempts to gain administrative access to my primary blog's site.

    Why can't I simply edit my own externally hosted blog's URL on THIS SITE to undo the damage I did to myself HERE TODAY by mistakenly changing whatever it is in my blog's "credentials" ON THIS SITE that is misdirecting all my attempts to gain administrative access to my own WordPress blog?

    Dr. Bob Blomeyer

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