When it unfortunately is time to restore your website files, there are a few methods you can use.

If you already made a partial home directory backup of your cPanel account, you can perform a partial cPanel backup restore. You'd also want to be sure to restore your database in cPanel if you made any backups of your database as well.

If you installed an application via Softaculous to manage your website, you can also restore your website using Softaculous.

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