Last weekend, my blog was hacked. Within a few hours, everything was back to normal. But it was scary. And I didn’t know what to do.My guess is that some bloggers are as ignorant as I was of what to do. In fact, if I weren’t fortunate enough to get some help, I would’ve been doomed. So I thought I’d share what I did, along with tips for what to do if your blog ever gets hacked.Fixing a website “hack” is actually a fairly heavy technical thing to do. Most bloggers are not webmasters. They are not really technical people. They’re probably people who simply purchased a web hosting account, maybe set up WordPress using a one-click install, and started blogging.Often I find that the emails/posts I see that read “help me my site was hacked what do I do” or similar don’t get a lot of help. There’s a reason for this. People who are asking this question are not usually the type of people who are technically capable of actually fixing the problem.