Greetings. I recently purchased a few new domain names and upgraded the service from my ISP. I have a ecommerce site made with an older version of repidweaver. The older site was on our ISP’s smaller service and now with the new domaines I have upgraded to their medium size service. When the nice tech support person moved our older site over to the new plan I believe that he combined several sites so that the several sites are on the same “principal domain” or user domaine.
Maybe he made it so that several sites now share the same home_html folder.
Unfortunately I can not republish our older working commerce site as I no longer have the computer or older version of rapidweaver that the site was made with. The older site is important and not easy to republish but i am OK with trashing all the other files and starting over new if that is what it takes.
I figured out that there was a problem when I tried to make a new home page for one of the new domaines and the new home page overwrote the ecomerce site’s homepage.
That took about 6 hours to figure it out and replace the index.html after finding the backup.
So can someone who is smart please tell me what the standard folder hierarchy for a multi site ISP package looks like. Do they really normally have multiple sites share the same home_html folder?
- how can I tell which files belong to which sites when I am trying to start over. By date modified?
The ISP is currently using Cpannel66.
Thanks in advance, Marty