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Website loads "index of" instead of homepage

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Arya Kalashi, Sep 19, 2015.

  1. Arya Kalashi

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    Hi,
    I bought the domain domain.com and using Clearsense as host.
    Clearsense mailed me the ftp adress to the server. I connected and went in 'public_html' and uploaded my website, then when I go to domain.com/ it's still "index of"..
    I went to different forums and saw that people had the same problem, I tried everything that the answers said, nothing works.
    How to I solve this? Tried to edit the htaccess and everything.
    Nothing works
     
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    Try placing a file named index.html with some message on it, into the public_html/ directory, and then try the domain again. There is no index.html or index.php on that account.
     
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    I have index.html placed under 'public_html' > 'aryakalashi' > index.html
     
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    You might want to check with your Hosting Provider about this. There is no file at that URL, I just checked. Where ever you're uploading the file, it's not there, or in the directory in there (public_html), named the same as the domain.
     
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    Well I canceled it, going to choose another hosting provider, thanks!
     
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