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Wed Mar 11 17:07:49 CET 2015
Am 11.03.2015 um 16:37 schrieb Tj Fitz:
> Hi All,
> I am not a typo3 user. And while I am sure it's a great platform, it's
> not the one I use.
> I am coming in on the tail end of a client who wanted a new website
> made. The previous designer used typo3. and when I login to my client's
> server, I see 3 folders, cgi-bin, tmp and html.. html is the only one
> with something in it.. 5 folders, 2 shortcuts an info.php and a
> compressed folder for Typo3 6.1.7... under those 5 folders there are
> hundreds of files and folders..
> Question 1, where the heck is the active website?
> Question 2, how can I uninstall Typo3? I am not privy to the login
> details for the platform.
> Again, this is not meant to be negative in any way, I just use a
> different platform and am unfamiliar with the workings or structure of
Just remove anything inside the html folder and replace it with the
stuff you are going to use. There should be nothing relevant in the tmp
or cgi-bin folders so you can leave them untouched.
Still I would be interested in the platform you are going to use for the
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