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Others can see my site, but I can't

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  1. lespavelko

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    Hello everyone!

    I am just trying to get started with my new website. The trouble is, I can't see it.

    My site is /http://www.laurenspavelko.com

    A few weeks ago, I put a "We're moving in!" note on the home page and left it alone.

    Now I can't see my site at all. My friends can, but I cannot. My browsers (Chrome and IE) both tell me it is not available.

    I cleared my cache and browsing history.

    I also tried the steps in this article:
    /http://www.steven-sanders.com/why-you-cant-see-your-website-but-others-can/
    Why You Can’t See Your Website But Others Can | Steven-Sanders dot com

    However, it's still not working.

    Can anyone offer me a solution?

    Thanks for your help!

    Lauren
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    Hi Lauren, have you asked your Hosting Provider about this?
     
  3. lespavelko

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    I made a post in the hourb forums. No reply yet.
    /http://forum.hourb.com/Thread-Others-can-see-my-site-but-I-can-t
     
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    Have you checked with your hosting provider just to ensure they have not blocked your IP. If your IP is blocked behind server firewall then you can not access your site. I hope your hosting provider will resolve this issue for you.
     
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    I made a post in the HourB Hosting support forums, but I can't find any way to get in touch with them more directly. I can't find a phone number, or an admin email, or anything to write a support ticket.

    I'm trying to check the "Related Threads" at the bottom of my thread to see if anyone has suggested a solution before.

    /http://forum.hourb.com/Thread-Others-can-see-my-site-but-I-can-t
     
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    its a free web host you will have to wait it out and see if it as firewall block
     
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    But this has been going on for a couple of weeks, and I've been in three states during that time. I wasn't able to see my site at those times either...

    Is it something specific to my computer? Or to my location? I have no idea.
     
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    I think it may be specific to your Hosting Provider. I can't get to it either. Whatever the case, there's nothing anyone on this forum can do to help, you need the assistance of your Host with this one. Good luck!
     
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    Okay. I'll keep trying over there. Thanks anyway, guys! :)
     
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