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[Resolved] How do I restore my public_html folder which is overwritten

  • I need some help here. I inadvertently put the index file of another blog over the top of my public_html folder while loading it in Fillzilla.
    How do I get my Blog index file back?
    My blog URL is http://brian-ripley.com
    Any help is much appreciated.

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  • Remove the non-WordPress index file (it’s still there).

    If everything in your public_html folder has been overwritten, then contact your web host about restoring a backup of your site.

    If it’s just the main WordPress index.php that’s missing, then just download the same version of WordPress and then use that main index.php to replace it.

    Iridiax,

    Well, that solved it. Thank you very much for your help and your rapid response.
    Man, this is a good forum.
    Thanks again.

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