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This is your only support thread here: https://wordpress.org/support/users/mariah33/topics/
You can reach Hello Elementor’s support at https://wordpress.org/support/theme/hello-elementor/Forum: Installing WordPress
In reply to: hidden and I can no longer edit the product contentForum: Everything else WordPress
In reply to: redirect to cart after adding to basket not working
We have some general recommendations at https://wordpress.org/documentation/article/optimization/
I recommend asking at https://wordpress.org/support/theme/twentytwentyfour/ so the theme’s designers and support community can help you with this.
That’s correct, cPanel is its own locked system.
There are WordPress plugins that can access files on the server, so a WordPress vulnarbility could access the server (depending on some super-specific circumstances), but there’s no way for WordPress to access cPanel, WHM, Plesk, or any other hosting account management panel.
If you want to lose everything, just delete the files from your server and the database from your hosting account, and install WordPress again.
If you delete your database, you lose everything, settings, customizations, posts, pages, and comments.
For more granular control, use what Threadi mentioned earlier: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/have-6-4-1-and-messed-up-theme-twenty-twenty-four-how-can-i-start-afresh/#post-17236910Forum: Everything else WordPress
In reply to: Why do we still need a plugin to set title and description?
Themes are responsible for the title and description tags, and most WordPress themes use your post title for the title and excerpt for the description.
If your theme isn’t, I recommend contacting its support.
What plugins like Yoast SEO provide is a way to set a title and description that is independent of what is viewed by human visitors, which is not a very common use of WordPress.
Block themes, like Twenty Twenty-Four, use the Site Editor.
The Customizer might do a few things depending on the theme, but it’s largely the domain of legacy themes.
Block Themes are intended to be heavily customized and store their Site Editor changes in the database, thus simply reinstalling the theme won’t affect your customizations.