This article describes how to start over and reset an account's site content to a default state using cPanel. You may want to do this, for example, if you installed an application for testing purposes and no longer need it. Or maybe you made a configuration change that caused your website to be non-functional, and you are unable to fix the problem.
Whatever the reason, use the following procedure to reset your account's site content.
Make sure you follow these steps in the order presented:
Delete all MySQL and PostgreSQL databases in cPanel:
Delete all subdomains, addon domains, and parked domains in cPanel:
Delete all files and directories under the /home/username/public_html directory, where username represents your A2 Hosting account username. To do this, you can use the cPanel File Manager:
If you are using the Paper Lantern theme, in the FILES section of the cPanel home page, click File Manager:
Delete any cron jobs that are configured in cPanel:
If you are using the Paper Lantern theme, in the ADVANCED section of the cPanel home page, click Cron Jobs:
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