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    When i was first becoming familiar with the Edugeek package i didnt really understand sections, categories, items etc. As a result of this 'trial and error' period, the structure of my site is currently very confusing and unorganised. As ive now got to grips with it, i was wondering if it were possible to reset the structure of the template to its default data set? (so i can begin input again from scratch)! Is there an easy way to do this without effecting my graphics?
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    Is there an easy way to do this without effecting my graphics?
    I am guessing that you have customised the theme to suite you needs?

    If so, and you want to start again from scratch as it were then make a copy of the templates folder, delete your current site, inc the database. Now reinstall the site and once you have completed this replace the default templates folder with your backed up version.

    Hope that make sence.

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