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How to reset your cPanel account
It is possible to reset your account to how it was when you purchased it, so you can start from scratch. To do this, follow these steps:
Create a backup
There is always the chance that you may need to recover all your files. So the first step before any reset/deletion is to create a backup of your existing account.
You can create a backup of the whole cPanel account using this guide.
If you have Stellar Plus or Stellar Business hosting packages, it is possible to create the backup using the AutoBackup tool in cPanel.
If you want to back up only specific websites, you can either do this using Softaculous, or manually in cPanel.
Delete all your addons/subdomains
Click on Addon Domains / Subdomains under the Domain tab.
Click the Remove button next to your addon/sub/parked domains to remove them all.
Delete all your files
This can be easily achieved using the File Manager feature in cPanel:
Login to cPanel.
Click on the File Manager menu under the Files section.
Access home, then public_html folders. In the home folder, you will see all the folders of your cPanel account. You can select the unnecessary ones (for addon domains, subdomains, etc). The public_html folder is the root folder of the main domain, which you need to delete to clear this folder.
Click on the Select All button above the listed directories/files.
Once they are selected, click the Delete button. Please note that you need to check the notification to remove the unnecessary files and folders without moving them to the Trash folder.