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Absolute Path to Account/Domain

Problem:

What is the absolute path to my site?

Solution:

The path to your Main site on the server would be:

/home#/username/public_html/

Where "username" would be your username assigned when you signed up with HostMonster.

For an addon domain it would be:

/home#/username/public_html/domainname/

Note: You need to adjust /home#/ to /home/, /home1/ or home2/ or a different number depending on the home directory your account resides on. To view the home directory for your account simply view the stats column on the main cPanel page of your account and look for the home directory.

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