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  • 3. WordPress address (URL):
    http://www.millionbabyboomers.com/celebritygossip

    changed from original: http://www.millionbabyboomers.com

    Fix that back to where WP really is… Some options here Changing_The_Site_URL

    Hi, Chris,

    Thank you. My blog problem is fixed and the blog is running fine. Thank you very much for the advice. I do appreciate your prompt attention and useful information.

    Best reagards.

    David Au

    Babyboomer, I have the same problem after changing my tag line.
    Could you please tell me how you fixed this? Thanks

    If you only changed the tagline, then you don’t have the same problem. Babyboomer’s issue is the one I responded to above.

    You might have better luck starting your own topic and giving more details about everything changed and the results.

    I fixed it. It was my htaccess file. I’ve been having problems with it for a while now, but that’s another story.
    Thanks for the quick reply!

    Hello Anyone Who Can Help;
    I logged into my site http://www.beatlandscreditrepair.com/wp-admin yesterday and found that all of my data was gone? I called my hosting company and they say everything is fine. No I have not backed up my data. I realize this now as I have read several posts about this. Is there anyway that I can get my information back. My site has been up for 20 months and have never had this problem. So if you can help me out I would really appreciate it.

    I have also been given an error like this in my xml sitemap generator

    Notice: MySQL unbuffered query failed: Table ‘./creditre_credit/wp_posts’ is marked as crashed and should be repaired in /home/creditre/public_html/wp-content/plugins/google-sitemap-generator/sitemap-core.php

    If I don’t have the back up data does that mean my site is lost?

    Table ‘./creditre_credit/wp_posts’ is marked as crashed and should be repaired

    There’s the error — and the solution:
    Repair the wp_posts table.

    If your host has phpMyAdmin, you can do it yourself. Otherwise you may need to ask you host for help.

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