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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by xSpd3, May 29, 2009.

  1. xSpd3

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    Sorry for disturbing,
    My teacher suddenly give me a task to manage the school website,
    but, I actually don't know anything about cpanel.
    I read the instruction about the cpanel but Im stuck .
    So, if anyone can help me to repair this site please do so.
    This is the website :
    smkdso.net

    I don't know what should i do now.
    All the image is gone.
     
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    You'll have to check with your host. This has nothing to do with cPanel.

    You might check the directory your images are in to make sure they are there.
    They are: smkdso.net/v4/themes/Blade/images/
    Next you could check the permissions on that directory. Your host can assist with this.
    Then, tell your teacher that it appears you're running some sort of a phpnuke site that's over 3 years old and is probably very unsafe. (hackable, IMO)

    You'll need to contact your host.
     
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