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I moved my WordPress website from localhost to a live server, but sometime I am able to access my website and sometime not, it shows:

Oops! Google Chrome could not find www.example.com
Access a cached copy of example.com

I don't know what is this and how to resolve it. Please give me some guidelines to sort this out.

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That error could mean any number of things are going wrong.

  • There are reports that Google Chrome itself shows that error message when it shouldn't sometimes. This could be the case, especially if it isn't happening with just your site.
  • Your domain name could be misconfigured or your DNS hosting could be spotty. Here are some tools to help with this, especially the health test tools.
  • Your web server could be non-responsive or slow. Use a tool or site to test your server.

Chrome may also give a more useful and specific message if you uncheck the "Use a web service to help resolve navigation errors" option under the advanced privacy options. Also test your web site in other browsers -- they may shed more light on the problem with better error messages.

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thanks stephen, before your answer I was thinking it is some technical issue in my wordpress site...so thanks again – Rango Oct 20 '13 at 12:35

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