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Please deactivate redirection!

  1. I need help. my domain tylandtravel.net is directing to a blog I deleted (which was tylandtravel.wordpress.com)

    I need the redirection CANCELED asap. Please help. I do not know how to cancel the redirection.

    I would like to use the installed wordpress.org on my freehostia account, but the support there is telling me:

    β€œIn case you wish to use script installed with your account with us you will need to deactivate this redirection made vefore. You will be able to do so by renaming the .htaccess file inside your domain name folder with some other name or by commenting the redirect directive with a β€œ#” sign in front of it. Otherwise you domain name will remain redirecting to the specified URL in the .htaccess.

    Best Regards,
    Miles ”

    Therefore I cannot use wordpress.org until the domain redirection is stopped. Help!

  2. You did not specify a blog address or reason for posting when you created this topic.

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  3. tylandtravel.wordpress.org...but I deleted the blog.

  4. You are going to need staff help for this, I think. But it's probably not going to happen this weekend; staff is in Canada, and it's Thanksgiving up here. Email support@wordpress.com and they can help you.

  5. I am having the same issue. I even went to my web host and reset the link for my website domain back to my host. I had previously adjusted the CName server to link to WordPress. I too need assistance to get this fixed.

  6. See my reply above.

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