OK, here’s the problem- I accidentally put www on the front of my domain name (http://drivenautos.com, as opposed to http://www.skaggmo.com). I later realized I wanted to start using just the http, because my domain name was already too long. I had to reinstall WordPress to fix that, because I got really confused trying to fix it any other way. But when I got onto my global dashboard at wordpress.com I saw the old domain there still. I tried to delete it but there was no way. But I found an easy fix.

It took some struggle to find the solution. So, when I finally did, since I never found one online, I thought I’d put it on here so others could find it.

Isn’t it funny how you rack your brain trying to fix something, and you just can’t get it. Then, later on, you just look at it and say- maybe this will work- and it does?

Anyway, all you have to do is login to your blog, deactivate, then delete the WordPress.com Stats plugin. Then, reinstall the plugin. When you reinstall it, you will get an option to replace an existing blog’s stats. Pick the one you want to replace, and there you go. Easy, huh?

After spending a few hours struggling with it, I looked at it again later with fresh eyes, and saw a simple solution right away.

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OK, here's the problem- I accidentally put www on the front of my domain name (http://drivenautos.com, as opposed to http://www.skaggmo.com). I later realized I wanted to start using just the http, because my domain name was already too long. I had to reinstall WordPress to fix that, because I...