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How to remove a blog...

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bme, Mar 31, 2013.

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  1. bme

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    Hi,

    Hope everyone had a good holiday and your not to chocolated out...

    I have a domain that I've been playing with a bit. Not being a real technical person I installed wordpress through Fantastico.

    Something did not go exactly right with the install, though the domain is coming up (askbobm.com). I don't have the error message. My question is; can I remove the whole thing, through my cPaqnel, and start over? I can use ftp if that can be of help to me.

    Though not entirely new to this forum, it's been awhile - dealing with health problems. Hope this April Fool Baby can learn a few things...

    Thanks for any help
    Bob
     
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    Hi Bob, just replied to your ticket. :)

    If Fantastico is still enabled on your account, removing the wordpress is done the same way you installed it, via Fantastico, with a few clicks. This is the cleanest way to remove anything installed using Fantastico. If you no longer have it, you can remove the files and database manually of course, but its a few more steps. Be happy to help with some more details if needed.
     
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    Thanks - will give that a try and let you know tomorrow...
     
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