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    I think the question was aimed more at the physical moving of the files rather than worrying about the require license ans setting changes (which will still need to be done later). physically, you could, via ftp, just drag and drop the files and folders within 'whmcs' into 'public_html', but if there is already a site there with folders/files of the same name (e.g .htaccess or index.php), then you're going to run into issues... do you have any files from the existing WordPress site that will clash with WHMCS file or folder names ?
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    Hey @ahmed salah Please refer to the documentation at https://docs.whmcs.com/Licensing#Moving_WHMCS
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    Hey Chris, Yes I am, it was a service from WHMCS. It does not persist when using the Six theme - also using standard default cart. Thanks
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