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i hope someone can help!

i created an iweb website, transferred it to my host using fetch a ftp application. but once i got it on my host i cant figure out how to make it my website. it only has the pre-made template that i used at first.

does anyone know how to make the iweb webpage become my actual published webpage.

let me know if you need clarification =)
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Who provides your hosting?

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godaddy provides both hosting and domain.

i used their ftp program this time rather than using fetch.
my files are submitted and on the host account, but my website does not change.
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make sure there are not two index files on your host.

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Make sure the index is separate from the folder with the rest of the site. instead of the index in the site folder.
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