blog recover

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  • #1221249

    Hello,
    I have created a blog address some time ago (liviuberbecanu.wordpress.com). I deleted it. Now I want it back. unfortunately can not. I say that already exists. What can be done to return to my old address (liviuberbecanu.wordpress.com)

    #1221345

    raincoaster
    Member

    Nothing can be done. As the warnings when you deleted it said, deletions are permanent. You can register a variant, like liviuberbecanublog.wordpress.com or you can buy the Custom domain and Mapping upgrades and get liviuberbecanu.com

    #1221347

    jxjoson
    Member

    raincoaster is totally right, deletions are permanent.

    #1221513

    thank you!

    #1221514

    I find it strange you can not recover even if the blog was deleted. In blogspot possible. For 6 months the blog name is reserved for the account from which it was created. If wp just can not ever recover blog, then wp is a big problem

    #1221515

    raincoaster
    Member

    Not really: they said deletion is permanent, and it is. If you expect WordPress to work like Blogspot, you need to change your expectations; it does not.

    #1221516

    justpi
    Member

    And it’s not a technical shortcoming, it’s a matter of policy.

    When you are about to delete a blog in Tools > Delete Site, the screen says:

    Please review the options below and make sure you’ve selected the one that best fits your need.
    [six options here]
    Permanently delete the site and all content
    Please read carefully. You are trying to permanently delete ~~.wordpress.com.
    If you do not want ~~.wordpress.com to exist any more, you can delete it. This CAN NOT be undone. It is permanent.
 All of your posts and data, and this site’s address (~~.wordpress.com) will be gone forever.
    If you are sure… [then check the option:] I want to permanently remove ~~.wordpress.com and I am aware I can never get its content or its address back.

    If you managed to miss all that, then I don’t see why you are complaining.

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