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If it was shared hosting, you need to have an assigned domain name to the hosting plan you chose. You can see this when going to My Account and under the Products tab. Try to open that domain name in a new browser tab, if you did not grab another domain or this is not the case, then you need to double check your nameserver settings. BlueHost's Zone file ...


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As per GoDaddy's policy, please follow these steps: Verify that you uploaded your files to the appropriate directory. Make sure that you named the first page of your website "index.htm" or "default.htm." Ensure that your DNS is pointed correctly.


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If you do not specifically have a dedicated IP address from GoDaddy then you are being hosted on a shared IP address. GoDaddy doesn't give each client a dedicated IP address and instead uses IP addresses that are shared to host multiple client sites on a single address. Because of this if you try and view one of these shared addresses in your browser you ...


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Many hosting companies have in their terms and conditions bans on any background processes which just sit there waiting for connections, additionally they firewalls servers against incoming connections on ports not used as standard on the server for what they believe the server should be used for. As I recall GoDaddy has this restriction on all shared and ...


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As im aware best practice is to 301 redirect. (.htaccess allows for "wilcard" redirects.) stackoverflow.com - How can I use htaccess to redirect paths with a wildcard character Google has a guide named Transfer, move, or migrate your site If you've moved your site to a new domain or subdomain, use the Change of address tool in Search Console. ...


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A simpler answer: In the nameserver change process you described, you're telling Godaddy, "Hey when someone types in my site (yoursite.com) send them to these files (hosting account). And when you type in (yoursite.com) in the parked domain field on x10host you're saying, "The traffic coming from here are my visitors." Look at parked domains ...


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Cloudflare is not a webhost, they are a CDN, DNS, DDoS protection, Web Security Provider. If you are using Cloudflare you are still required to have a separate web host for your website. Cloudflare will act as a middle man in between your web server and your users, this way your users would connect to cloudflare and Cloudflare will fetch the content from ...



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