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Old 8th August 2010, 14:15
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Hello

it is possible to change just the client website, eg :

www.site.com to www.site.info

without changing all the directories, email, database, ftp ?? or I have to create everything from 0 ??

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Sure, why not? Just click on the website details, edit the domain name and click on save.
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Sure, why not ?
because i am stupid

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