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    Default Restoring deleted blog post

    Is it even possible to restore a deleted blog post? Or once gone, gone. I still see it as deleted, and still visible to me, which
    as I recall is how deleted blog posts look. Is the only cure to copy and paste to a new entry? Thanks! It’s been a long time.
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    Default Re: Restoring deleted blog post

    I don't think it is possible to delete anything on this site yourself. The best you can do is "soft delete" which simply marks it as "deleted". Which in your case is good

    So ... If you go to your "deleted" entry under Your Blog and then check the box to its right to select it, you can, using "Moderation", (it's at the bottom of the entry list) THEN "Undelete Blog Entry"
    scalp > SL > MBL > WL > TBL > FTL > LHC > ???



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    Default Re: Restoring deleted blog post

    That totally worked, foreveryours, thanks so much!

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    Default Re: Restoring deleted blog post

    Quote Originally Posted by SilverLocks View Post
    That totally worked, foreveryours, thanks so much!
    You're welcome!!

    I've not been around long but while "testing" I actually managed to delete a couple of test entries where I was offered a popup option to "hard delete" or "soft delete" but I can't remember for the life of me how to trigger such a privilege escalation here again so I can delete more tests instead of just hiding them!!
    scalp > SL > MBL > WL > TBL > FTL > LHC > ???



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