Okay, so I’m EXTREMELY new at webmaster work, and what happened clearly shows that.
I run an entertainment website called Pixcelation Entertainment. One of my writers pointed out that, because we moved from a wordpress.com to a wordpress.org site using Dreamhost, we had to make the new site www.Pixcelation.com/Home/, we needed to establish a DNS redirect so our previous fans could find us.
So I tried. And failed. Now, for some reason I cannot tell, it looks like our entire website is now erased because I disabled the redirect, which, if that’s bad, the option was entirely misleading.
To add insult to injury, now, if I re-install Wordpress onto our domain, it is an invalid address and won’t work, even though DreamHost told us that the install was successful.
Can anyone help us out? We can’t afford to be down for too long, but I don’t know how to do any of this, and anyone on our team who does is unavailable.
EDIT: Oh, and I forgot to mention that if we try going to the original domain, it replaces the “.” in .com and replaces it with a “,” which seems to be unfixable.