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katz2v
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Problems with cPanel Linux Hosting

I recently purchased Cpanel for multiple domains but I am not really technically minded and cannot seem to find where my website is. Can someone send me an idiots guide to get me started, so I can work on my website and no links please. Plain English is just what I need or what my brain can cope with!

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JesseW
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Hi @katz2v. Thanks for being part of GoDaddy Community! 

What you're asking for may be fairly complex. When you say you're not sure where you're website is, that could mean a variety of things. In general, you'll want to start with a domain name registration. If you have already registered your domain and set it up on cPanel, then you'll want to add your website content to the server in the /public_html directory (for your primary domain). Usually, this is done via FTP. Hope that helps. If not, please consider explaining further where you're at in the process. Including your domain(s) may help too. 

 

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