SInce Friendster is now using the WordPress Blogging Platform, deleting your blog here will also be the same as deleting a WordPress.com blog. (If you want to make a back-up first before you delete your blog. I will show you on the next tutorial. So, I think, don’t delete your blog yet.)
If you want your blog to be removed from Friendster, here’s how you do it.
1. Log in to your Friendster account of course.
2. On My Tools, there is a drop down arrow that says More, just below the Edit Profile link.
3. From the drop down arrow, click Update Blog. It will direct you to the wordpress software inside friendster.com
4. Look for Settings link. At the left side, you see the links Write, Manage, Design, and Comments. But the link you need to click is not on that side, but on the opposite side. Uhm… I mean the right side of course. You will see there the less visible links which are Settings, Plugins, Users. Now you found the Settings link, so click on that.
5. On the settings page, just right after General, you will find these links: Writing, Reading, Discussion, Privacy, Permalinks, Miscellaneous, Delete Blog. Click Delete Blog link.
6. On the Delete Blog page, you will receive this message:
If you do not want to use your Friendster Blogs blog any more, you can delete it using the form below. When you click Delete My Blog you will be sent an email with a link in it. Click on this link to delete your blog.
Remember, once deleted your blog cannot be restored.
7. Check the box that you are agreeing to the statement:
I’m sure I want to permanently disable my blog, and I am aware I can never get it back or use xxxxxxxxx.blog.friendster.com again. Then click the Delete Blog button.
8. You are not yet done Log-in to your email address to click the confirmation link. Your blog will not be deleted unless you have clicked this link from your email.
9. Now that you have received the email from Friendster, and you are sure about deleting your blog. Then click the confirmation link. Make sure your pop-up blocker is temporarily allowed, or on.