I have had a little bit of a scary time with my website.
Once I decided I could not pay for its 'upkeep', I attempted to convert to a free version. The problem was that I had to change the domain name slightly to include the Weebly name, which I was content to do.
However, once I did that, my original website address disappeared . . . not only the domain address, but the whole website . . . erased from everywhere and everything. The whole site demolished! (sob).
Not a word could be accessed by anyone except me.
I panicked a bit (well, a LOT) and sought help from Weebly.
"Fat chance" I thought, knowing that Weebly had MILLIONS of 'customers' and that I, a 'little old lady' who just likes to write, would not even be considered as worthy of helping.
HOWEVER. . . a lovely helpful person by the name of Ira answered my panicky plea and carefully (via email) guided me though the tricky method of regaining my original domain site.
Sometimes a kind person comes along - and today I was the recipient.
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