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I'm pulling my hair out. We have been using wordpress.com and we need to switch to wordpress.org to self host.

I really need help. I spent all of day one it and it'm just irritated.

Any help would be appreciated.

Joie

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what exactly is the problem?

email me....i am very good with solving techie problems..
Our server supports wordpress.org we transferred all of our files but we can't figure how to make the current blog and the other blog 1 or move it so that it is self hosted. We will be able to fumble through the rest I think but that is the biggest problem. We have a couple of people who would like to advertise with us but I don't feel comfortable until we have this squared away
Sorry, not sure where the breakdown is happening...have you tried tools>import in the new self-hosted blog? Assuming you exported the files out of the old blog. Does that help?
Have you tried just copying the code directly? That's what I did, after I uploaded my new theme onto my self-host provider's servers. It didn't take too long. Feel free to contact me if you have questions. I may be able to walk you through it.
We are trying to do this through our server and I don't think I can copy and paste it.

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