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help reinstalling cpanel all over again

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Wolf_Flashy_Web, Feb 5, 2004.

  1. Wolf_Flashy_Web

    Wolf_Flashy_Web Registered

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    hello there my web host is out of town for a while and i messed up my cpanel files something fierce.

    i deleted all the folders and such

    how do i get those files back or reset it back to begin fresh

    and also where do i create my index.html file so that when a person enters my web addy they see my site.

    i cant even log in to the cpanel through my own site only from the host site if i enter his web addy and put /cpanel after it.

    im thinking hes got my account all screwy but i aint for sure

    please help i need to get this site back up and running due to its my ony source of income

    the site is www.wolfwebdesignz.us

    if you need my login info email me @ guide_wolf_jc@msn.com and i will be sure to get it to you so any help would would be appreciated.
     
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    Reinstalled

    ok i got my host to reinstall it but where do i upload the index page so that my site is viewable

    when i enter my site addy all i get is page cannot be displayed.

    i put my nameservers in it almost a week ago and i still cannot get a main page to come up

    i created a file in the public_html folder called index.html

    is that the right place to put that file

    or do i need to put it some where else.

    please help i am desperate as my host cannot help me out at this time.
     
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    ask you host to check the permissions on public_html for your account

    sometimes on restore they are set wrong.

    yes index.html goes in public_html
     
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