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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ataur.rahman123, Sep 13, 2011.

  1. ataur.rahman123

    ataur.rahman123 Registered

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    I have a Cpanel account, my website url is //nescoindia.org. I know my cpanel user account and password. My problem is I want completely remove old data & upload new website. I try but not remove. How can remove all data? Please help me!

    Presently my website is not working...........




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    If you need to remove all data from public_html, you can either remove it using File Manager for content inside public_html folder. Otherwise, you could use an FTP client to connect to the site and remove the contents. If you are having issues removing anything, you would want to contact your hosting provider to ask them to wipe your public_html contents.
     
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    I have a Cpanel account, my website url is nescoindia.org. I know my cpanel user account and password. My problem is I want completely remove old data & upload new website. I try but not remove. How can remove all data? Please help me!
     
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    I've merged your two threads into one. No need for two of them. ;)
     
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