Cannot get WordPress version of site up.

I have my site hosted with bluehost.  Had a company design my site... they utilized WP.  I am no longer using that company.

All was well... then I decided to try and change the theme.  Doing this caused my site to open with the blank template.

So, what I did was to slap together a php site to use as a temporary fix.

Here's the issue:

I went in and did something so that bluehost/Apache/whatever, would pull up my "slapped together" site as opposed to the WP site.  I cannot remember this "something" that I did.  I do know that whatever I did I did NOT just haphazardly do.  In other words I would have commented out an original line if I had to modify one or I would have changed a file to ".old" if I had to replace one, etc.

Whatever I did was a fairly simply thing.  By this I mean that it wasn't like I had to modify more than one line or replace one file.

I'm sure that if I installed WordPress onto my own server, there would be some kind of setting that I'd have to change in Apache or somewhere to make Apache serve up a WordPress site.  The .htaccess file doesn't look to be the answer.

Any thoughts?  What I don't want to do is something so drastic that I lose all of my old stuff (66 pages).  When I switched to the new template, as stated earlier, I was left with a blank shell when viewed from the web although through the WP admin console I could still see and edit the old pages... the old pages just didn't appear in the new template.

So, I'm trying to just get back to the blank template so I can learn how to incorporate my old pages/data.
Sheldon LivingstonConsultantAsked:
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Jason C. LevineDon't talk to me.Commented:
WordPress is just PHP and MySQL.  The only thing it needs is for index.php to be the default file Apache looks for and an .htaccess file if permalinks are turned on.

Unless you can remember what it was you did to pull up the alternative site, it's a little hard to help you. Bluehost support should be able to check your config far easier than we can.

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Sheldon LivingstonConsultantAuthor Commented:
Fusting around with an old index page has me getting somewhere... thanks.
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