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charlie4282 says

No file called index.html in the root?

You sholud be able to unzip the download form here and just drop all template files straight into the root directory and that should do it

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BradleyARNP says

OMG well here is a list of what is up: Root directory .plesk cgi-bin error_docs httpdocs ALL ARE UNDER HTTPDOCS: About_us.html Blog_Large_Image.html Blog_Single_Post.html Blog_Small_Image.html Column_1.html Column_2.html Column_3.html Column_4.html Column_full.html bootstrap.css layerslider.css switcher.css favicon.ico Home_Page_2.html Home_Page_3.html Home_Page_4.html Pages_404.html Pages_Ask_a_Question.html Pages_Contact.html Pages_Full_Width.html Pages_Navigation_Template.html Pages_Page_Left_Sidebar.html Pages_Page_Right_Sidebar.html Pages_Sitemap.html Pages_Under_Construction.html Services.html Shortcode_Elements_1.html Shortcode_Elements_2.html Shortcode_Elements_3.html Shortcode_Elements_4.html style.css

Correct, no files are in the root it goes Root directory>>> .plesk>>>> cgi-bin>>>> error_docs>>>> httpdocs>>>> logs>>>>

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charlie4282 says

It is hard without seeing your hosting set up but you need to work with the host to identify which singular folder is the one which controls the front end of the website. Once you have this DELETE everything in it. Then copy and past ALL the files in the template folder within the download from here into it. That should if it is the right folder make it visible

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organicbee says

It is hard without seeing your hosting set up but you need to work with the host to identify which singular folder is the one which controls the front end of the website. Once you have this DELETE everything in it. Then copy and past ALL the files in the template folder within the download from here into it. That should if it is the right folder make it visible

Actually the way he listed his folders, his website root should be in the httpdocs folder(this is the folder you want to upload everything)

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charlie4282 says


It is hard without seeing your hosting set up but you need to work with the host to identify which singular folder is the one which controls the front end of the website. Once you have this DELETE everything in it. Then copy and past ALL the files in the template folder within the download from here into it. That should if it is the right folder make it visible
Actually the way he listed his folders, his website root should be in the httpdocs folder(this is the folder you want to upload everything)

Thanks Chris!

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BradleyARNP says



It is hard without seeing your hosting set up but you need to work with the host to identify which singular folder is the one which controls the front end of the website. Once you have this DELETE everything in it. Then copy and past ALL the files in the template folder within the download from here into it. That should if it is the right folder make it visible
Actually the way he listed his folders, his website root should be in the httpdocs folder(this is the folder you want to upload everything)
Thanks Chris!

This is what GoDaddy.com said… “that no files go under root, but go under httpdocs”

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