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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ArcadeGame, Nov 28, 2005.

  1. ArcadeGame

    ArcadeGame Registered

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    Ok well i just signed into my cpanel and all i need to know is were i go to change the layout of my site and stuff.
     
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    Please read this sticky thread which contains links to documentation, help files and some very well put together tutorials.
    http://forums.cpanel.net/showthread.php?t=23146

    However in cPanel X Theme (maybe different in other themes) there is a heading Files here you will find a menu item File Manager.

    In the File Manager click on the html file you want to edit. A list of edit options will appear top right side.

    One of the option is HTML Editor. Click this option and you are set to go.
    :)
     
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    This is also the type of question you should be asking your hosting provider as they're best placed to help.
     
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    Same problem

    Im getting the same problem as ArcadeGame. I went into File Manager and my pages arent there? Its just a load of wierd stuff saying .

    htpasswds 755
    .neomail 700
    .sqmaildata 700
    .trash 700
    cpanel3-skel 755
    etc 750
    mail 770
    public_ftp 750
    public_html 750
    tmp


    and other stuff like dat
     
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    And the same response applies, you need to speak to your web hosting provider.
     
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    Your html files should be put inside your public_html directory.

    But as chirpy said you must contact your hosting provider to get help for these sort of issues...
     
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    They should include FAQ's on how to manage most parts of cPanel
     
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