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Folks,
Long story short, I have lost my domain file for my website. I kept it on a memory stick that disappeared. So now I have a great site, but no way to modify it. Is there any way I can recover the domain or those files so I can modify my site? thanks in advance.
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Contact the place where you bought the domain?.

If you forget the companies name, you could go to DNSstuff and see what hosting company it is with.

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If the OP means the iWeb domain file, then he is out of luck. If you have a BACKUP, then that is your only iWeb recover option that I'm aware of. To continue with iWeb, you will otherwise have to rebuild it from scratch. You can use your current sites assets to fill in for any missing original content.

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