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How can i edit my main home page

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by whozheart, Jan 22, 2010.

  1. whozheart

    whozheart Registered

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    Please any help me. I have a new website and i want to change the home page the text and image of the webpage. I tried using the cpanel but i dont know how to get to the edit website section. Can anyone help me out??

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  2. milind

    milind Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    You can edit any page or your website index page using "File manager" which you can find on the main Page of Domain Cpanel.
    Please check following URL for more information about editing Website pages
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    File Manager
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    Thanks milind.....


    I tried out but still having problems. I want to change the main page. The banner- mages which appear on a website..I try to edit the page,when i do that it get's to the publish. After i publish it,the home page doesnt change. Plz enlighten me more on how to change the main page that shows the banner.

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    You can try to download the main home page file at your local machine through FTP and make the desired changed you want to make. Also, you will need to check the path for the image you have placed in your file which calls the image. You will also have to edit those path. Once you are done upload it again through FTP and clear the cache of your browser and have a try.
     
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    Hello,

    Don't forget to upload all of your files inside public_html folder.
     
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