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BurkeKnight

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  1. Need more information, in order to help you.
    The URL you posted, is supposed to be your site, I take it.
    Yet, it's showing that, instead?

    Can you log into your control panel?
    Is everything looking normal in the control panel?
    Have you installed a new script before this happened?

  2. You need to add your domain into your hosting panel.
    To do this, log into your Domain registrar, and set the NameServers to those listed in the email you received when you signed up for web hosting.
    Then, log into your web hosting control panel, and go to Addon Domains, and enter the domain name in the field there.
    The rest of the fields, should auto-populate, and you can then hit Submit.

    When upload files to the domain, it'll have it's own folder, with it's own htdocs folder for it's files.

  3. All reseller clients would lose their sites, as the domain would be removed.
    All clients are tied to the domain they signed up through, which is why they have a sub-domain from the domain they signed up from.

    You can't transfer the clients to another hosting reseller, especially one not part of the Byet network.

  4. WP-Admin has nothing to do with cPanel or it's password.

    It's a blog software, not your hosting account.

    Please refer to the email sent when you created your hosting account, for the correct username and password and URL to log into cPanel.

  5. Well, if they banned you from the services, that means you put up content that violated our ToS.

    That could include sites such as:

    Warez or illegal mp3 download sites, Adult sites (Porn), Spam of any kind, Phishing sites (PayPal or Facebook clones, etc), Sites that promote violence or racism.

    Therefore, there's nothing that can be done, as that content is not allowed, and you have been told that, as signed up, and in your support ticket.

    Learn to be productive with websites, and not to abuse the webhost's service, and the people that fall for your phishing scams.

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