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Hi this is due to a 3rd party site linking to your domain to a page on your site that doesn't exist. So Google has followed a link from another website to yours - but because the link is incorrect at the other website when Google hits your site it gets a 404 error because the page that's being linked to doesn't exist. This isn't your fault as is usually due ...


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Some hostings might not have mapping for default file to be used as homepage, thus you might sometimes need to add it. If this is Apache-based hosting(commonly Linux hostings use Apache), you will want to create/add new line to .htaccess file like so: .htaccess file: DirectoryIndex index.html If it's Windows-based hosting running IIS, check how to set ...


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Most likely caused by your TTL values or DNS not propagating. Time to live is what dictates how long it will be until your computer refreshes its DNS related information. For example, the IP address your domain name points to or where your MX records are directing email. This time is defined in seconds and the default setting can be found in ...


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Ten hours ago I signed up for a HostGator account and uploaded my new website. I also updated my registrar's DNS info to point to HostGator's nameservers. I agree with closetnoc. 10 hours have gone, so you got about another 38 to go before everyone sees the new page. A DNS record has an IP address associated with it and its cached for at least 1/4 of ...


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Obviously- you know what you are doing!! It is refreshing! Short of a real problem, these things can take anywhere from 24-72 hours to fully propagate the DNS records noramlly. One way to know if things are working okay is to temporarily update your local computers DNS entries for the site SOA (often it is the registrars) DNS servers. This is a trick I use ...


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http://masterarbeit-im-unternehmen.de/Thema_Entwicklung%20von%20Handlungsempfehlungen%20f%C3%BCr%20die%20Prozessweiterentwicklung%20des%20Vertriebskanals%20Konsignationsdirektgesch%C3%A4fte%20in%20der%20Bau-%2FBetonbranche-3994.html Just noticed... you have an encoded slash (%2F) towards the end of the URL. This is what is causing the untrappable 404! ...


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I have ideas which is probably the closest you'll get to an official answer. The URL length is rather long. It should be less than about 80 characters to make it accessible when sent inside of emails. The URL is rather substandard. You have a lot of percent signs followed by numbers. When decoding your URL, the resulting URL would contain a lot of spaces ...



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