how can I delete my silver package and go back to free account?

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David Sanabria

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Gop

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Hi David,

if you have auto-renewal enabled then you will need to revoke this authority in the setup.

When your package comes up for renewal it will not be maintained and you will automatically drop down to the Free plan. If you have more than 2 sites published you will need to select which of these sites you want to keep published.
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why would you want to?
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Gop

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Choice is one of the most powerful and greatest developments that a commercial enterprise can offer. It should be unconditional and it should develop further.

To answer in the rhetorical spirit: Cos he can!
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lol. Walked into that, Just gone silver myself, was wondering if there were problems or small print i might have missed.
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That's great.

No reservations with the function of Silver and I'm sure you will be really happy with what it can and does do. The CSS facility I think is it's greatest feature and takes you to the next level of building sites.

If you use FireFox get yourself a copy of FireBug free from the Apps Store, ties in well with Silver. Tutorials on YouTube to get a background and how-to's. Using Chrome? Tools>Developer Tools are similar and there's also FireBug Lite for Chrome.