Okay so here are a couple of points on how to retrieve a lost or deleted website.
Hopefully [this should really go without saying] you have automated backups of your server, or your hosting provider does. Ask them to restore to the previous backup when your website wasn't deleted. Most hosting environments will be running daily backups which they will keep for a couple of weeks.
Most companies or web developers will be running a development branch of your website (if you are not developing yourself), ask them to restore from this.
Yes, this website exsists, its amazing check it out Way Back When. I have been visiting for well over a decade now. This site has been a real help when looking back at revisions over the years. You can get a snapshot of your website and then restore a basic HTML version (just copy the source) of it until you can rebuild your full system: http://archive.org/web/
However be careful as the internet is vast and Way Back When only indexes parts of websites and sometimes not at all. If you need help copying and setting up a basic HTML website from archive.org drop us a line and we can get one up and running pretty quickly.
If you are reading this, and your website has been deleted or lost the next time you develop a site think about your disaster recovery. Apologies for sounding patronising, but this has to be considered for all websites as generally they are a very important business tool.
Here are a few tips on website disaster recovery for future projects:
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