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    NerdHick is offline Junior Web Sage
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    Default Mass File Move

    I created a site in the public_html of my account in order to show to the business owner and for testing, etc. His domain is somewhere else and I thats another topic, anyways I created another directory with another domain that I want to move all the files to...is there a simple way to do that?

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    So you want his site to share the filesystem of your main site, and have 2 unique domains? You can do that with the addon domain function in cPanel, or of course just open a secondary hosting account for the client.

    If you need clarification, let me know.
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    Correct,

    I have an account, the main site is mysite.com and he will have two domains going to my account using an addon domain and a redirect or something along those lines...

    However I have built the site on mysite.com and now will need to move it to the mysite.com/his_site folder...

    Make sense?

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    The way to do that is copy or rename your public_html directory to his_dir then recreate your public_html. Then move his_dir into public_html

    You probably will need to submit a ticket on it though because public_html has special permissions, which you may or may not be able to get them right in ftp/cpanel.
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    I'll give it a try!

    Thanks
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    The ticket system failed to allow me to creat one...told me there were articles that matched my problem...I couldn't find one...

    Any ideas Matt?

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    At the bottom of the list of suggested articles, there should be a "Submit" button...similar to "My answer was not found, create the ticket"
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    Now thats not nice!

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    Which part? What did I miss?
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    Putting the submit button all the way down like that!


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