How to recover my web Site

Sathish David  Kumar N
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Hi,

I created and writing a blog . I convert the in to website (.com). I paid for 1 year. last month it was expired .

I forgot my password to up the site . please help to recover the site ?

suggest me how to do that ?
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Phillip BurtonDirector, Practice Manager and Computing Consultant
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Phillip is that recovery site.. .?
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That is a site which keeps records of various websites. It copies them for later retrieval.
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Phillip BurtonDirector, Practice Manager and Computing Consultant
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You want "The Wayback Machine".
Sorry I am not getting.

I want to up my site how to do that?
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Sorry - not archive.com . I meant archive.org
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Contact whoever was hosting your site, if you haven't paid the hosting company then chances are that they have deleted the files and the only thing you can do is get the static html files using has Philip as said

To get your domain back you will have to check with the registrar, this will cost you a premium to get the domain back as it has expired

Depending on the domain type and registrar it may have already been released for someone else to buy it.
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Also try Google cache - search for your website name in http://www.cachedpages.com/
how to get my site back using web.archive.org ??
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Go to https://archive.org/ and type your address next to "Wayback Machine", and press "BROWSE HISTORY". That will get you a cache of whatever it has archived.
ya its working ...  but i need to take backup ? how to do that  with same design and menu item and all ?

https://archive.org/  its show the cache ..... is that possible to take backup the cache ?
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It depends on how your original site was set up.

I suggest you right-hand click on a blank part of the webpage and go to something like "View page source" or "View source". This will give you the HTML which was used to generate that page.

Good luck!
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