I’m a total amateur when it comes to handling anything that isn’t totally straightforward in web dev, so any help would be greatly appreciated!
Earlier this week, the site that I set up for drrozshealingplace.com started having issues; every post/page had multiple duplicates, and links to these pages would give me 404 errors. Searching through these pages wouldn’t work, and editing them wouldn’t work either. I asked a more experienced developer at work what was wrong and he said that the database was corrupted. I logged into the phpmyadmin and saw duplicates of the databases.
I should have asked first, but I took a backup of the current database and then dropped the duplicates thinking that would be the answer. It wiped out my site, which freaked me out but I just decided to reupload the database backup I just downloaded. I then apparently had to reinstall WordPress. That didn’t work either, and now the entire site is wiped out.
Is there any chance that I could get the site back up to what it was, even if its the corrupted version? And then take it from there? It’s pretty urgent, the site is for a non-profit organization and they really need their content up.
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