Changing from wordpress

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olukay / 58 Points
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2012-05-24 8:50 am EST
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Please how do i go about it.I want to delete the already made wordpress blog, to use Premium Web Builder which i have already started.And if i have forgotten my password or user name for the web builder what should i do? And please sorry for all these questions,my main aim is to place the content which i have already prepared on my website page and place paypal as my payment processing service.So,which of your choices(Blogs and Site Builders,Content Management System and E-Commerce) will be very simple and o.k for me.

Thank you.

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ScottM
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2012-05-24 9:08 am EST
Hello Olukay,

Please how do i go about it.I want to delete the already made wordpress blog, to use Premium Web Builder which i have already started.
If you have installed the Wordpress with the Fantastico installer tool, you can remove it the same way. Simply go to your Fantastico tool, click on Wordpress, then click on the Remove link next to the Current Installation. This will remove the Wordpress. Then you can simply log into the builder, build your site, and publish it.

And if i have forgotten my password or user name for the web builder what should i do?
You can reset your builder password directly from your Account Management Panel (AMP).

And please sorry for all these questions,my main aim is to place the content which i have already prepared on my website page and place paypal as my payment processing service.
When switching from one development program to another, you have to recreate the content in almost every case. The programs simply are not set up to transfer content to each other. Most programs that do ecommerce, including the builder, have the capability to use PayPal as a payment processor.

So,which of your choices(Blogs and Site Builders,Content Management System and E-Commerce) will be very simple and o.k for me.
I would not recommend the builder for an ecommerce site. While it can do a very simple shop, it is very basic and does not have many features. Wordpress is the way to go if you are looking for something that has a decent ecommerce but do not wish to learn a new program. Overall, the best way to go is to use an ecommerce program itself such as ZenCart, OsCommerce, OpenCart or even Cubecart. These are built specifically to build online stores.

I hope this answers your question. If you have any more questions or comments on the issue please leave a comment below so we can assist you further.

Thank you,
Scott M

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