need command to relocate content of file to another directory

Dear all hello

kindly i need a command to relocate the content of a the file /home/ubuntu/sms      to another directory /var/www/html
i would like to relocate only the content of the directory /sms    not the file itself.
and once all files will be relocated to /html i will change the ownership to www-data (apache user)

Thank you
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Shiju JacobInfo SecurityCommented:
run this below command to get the desired
mv /home/ubuntu/sms/*  /html
cd /html/
chown -R www-data *
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Dan CraciunIT ConsultantCommented:
That's
mv /home/ubuntu/sms/* /var/www/html/
cd /var/www/html
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sl_aiAuthor Commented:
now sir  you got your A
thank you for your precious help
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