okay. i did the stupidest thing the other day by deleting a blog of mine, but now i want back the url. i ignorantly skipped reading those cautions beneath the page before deleting my blog. is there any way at all for me to get back the url or is it lost forever and ever?
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Getting back a deleted blog's url
You will need to contact staff, but you are probably out of luck:
dun think there is a remedy to the situation.
but can always try your luck with the support
The whole policy of WordPress on deleted blogs doesn't make sense to me. If you extend it to the very end it means that decades from today when people who created blogs with wordpress will either be dead or would have deleted them it will be impossible for anyone to have a meaningful URL because they will ALL be reserved because of that policy. What's up with that?
Eventually WordPress.com is going to have to do database cleanup and delete the old information for all the old deleted and inactive blogs so people can have meaningful urls. Hopefully they will do it sooner than later.
ok_ another stupid users behavior, by following a friend instructions... everything turned out wrong...,
i had 2 blogs
just today i bought a domain (15 credits),
i added the domain
BLOG3.com to BLOG1.wordpress.com
then i deleted
... now that i write down it looks really foolish...i didn't realized that by deleting it, i will not be able to use the domain... BLOG3.com
so my questions are:
can i still use that domain?, (i thought i was deleting the sub-domain)
and in case i can not, can i transfer my credits to a new domain?
thank you_ my friend takes all the blame
We can fix this - no problem.
Send something to support with the right names, and tell us what the ideal outcome is and we'll try to make that happen.
i am the foolish friend_ (caro_ another worldpress user) i love you!
I'll send the right names tomorrow to the sipport area.
I've already send the information filling the supporting form.Shall I wait for a while?
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