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Hi everyone,

I have a website at: www.noveaurealty.com.au

I've just made a website using iWeb and very new to the program but found it really easy to use.

So I wanted to delete the old site and replace it with the new one.
I used FileZilla and deleted everything off the remote site so that all that was left was the directory "/" ..my the remote was now empty.

I then went into iWeb and typed in all my details..tested the FTP connection and started to upload my site to www.noveaurealty.com.au

When it was done I got an error (that i've attached).

This is when I uploaded my old site that i'd saved in a local folder, but this also resulted in the same error - and now neither webpage works..

Did I delete files off the remote that i shouldn't have?
It's really important I get this page up and running, any help would be appreciated..! Thanks!
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Talk to your hosting service. I suspect that you may have deleted to high up the directory path. Often there is a www or public_html folder at the top level where you place your actual web files.

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