Remove a Non-existant Self-Hosted Blog from My Blogs v2

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  • #1655100

    sheaoliver
    Member

    Earlier this week, a Happiness Engineer kindly removed a Remove a Non-existant Self-Hosted Blog from My Blogs. It just came back.

    Here’s the URL for the original post: https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/remove-a-non-existant-self-hosted-blog-from-my-blogs?replies=5

    Thanks!!!

    The blog I need help with is www.domymarketing.wireframesolutions.co.in.

    #1655193

    timethief
    Member

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    #1655392

    Hi there,

    Not sure how that happened, but I have removed http://www.domymarketing.wireframesolutions.co.in from your list of sites.

    If it comes back again for some reason, please let me know here so I can follow up.

    Thanks!

    #1655459

    sheaoliver
    Member

    Hi jerrysarcastic,

    Thanks for the help, but it is still there in the list :(

    #1655460

    Huh… just removed it again. Let me know if it comes back.

    Also, you called this a “Non-existant Self-Hosted Blog” can you explain? Is this a site you were never associated with (as in no idea why it is there) or a site that was taken offline (as in it no longer exists on the internet.)

    Thanks for the additional info!

    #1655461

    sheaoliver
    Member

    Thank you. It did disappear. Hopefully forever!

    I called it non-existent, but should have called it no longer existing… It was associated with a web development project that an outsourced developer was working on for me. This was the development site’s admin link. Once we took the site live on my server at Liquid Web, the developer took down the development site. I really don’t remember how it got tied to my WordPress account.

    #1655462

    I really don’t remember how it got tied to my WordPress account.

    As a result of the Jetpack plugin that was installed on that site, which requires a WordPress.com login to activate. I am able to remove the connection on my end, but no idea as to why it keeps reappearing.

    It may be worth contacting your developer though, to see if they are reactivating the plugin with your credentials (perhaps from a backup of the site when it was still connected) which is the only reason I can think of as to why it keeps coming back.

    Let me know if it happens again, please!

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