My website was showing advertisement for me so i contacted some people to help me.They all said that they see "Hello World" on my website whilst i see thisenter image description here

What may be the problem? My domain registrar is GoDaddy.My NS Records were not changed and by Default are

A   @ 600 seconds
A   admin 600 seconds Edit
A   mail 600 seconds Edit
CNAME   autoconfig  @   1 Hour  Edit
CNAME   autoconfig.admin    @   1 Hour  Edit
CNAME   autodiscover    @   600 seconds Edit
CNAME   autodiscover.admin  @   600 seconds Edit
CNAME   cpanel  @   1 Hour  Edit
CNAME   webdisk @   1 Hour  Edit
CNAME   webdisk.admin   @   1 Hour  Edit
CNAME   webmail @   1 Hour  Edit
CNAME   whm @   1 Hour  Edit
CNAME   www @   1 Hour  Edit
CNAME   www.admin   @   1 Hour  Edit
CNAME   _domainconnect  _domainconnect.gd.domaincontrol.com 1 Hour

And my website's IP address

  • It looks like you can't log into your other account anymore? I marked your other question from your other account as a duplicate of this: webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/107332/… – Stephen Ostermiller Jun 26 '17 at 15:25
  • As I asked in the other question, please edit in your DNS records. Nameserver (NS), A, and CNAME. – Stephen Ostermiller Jun 26 '17 at 15:26
  • If the problem is just on your computer it could also be something in your hosts.txt (or /etc/hosts) file. Have you modified that on your local computer? – Stephen Ostermiller Jun 26 '17 at 15:26
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    Could be. It looks like either something is caching old DNS entries from domain parking, or maybe the router has a virus. – Stephen Ostermiller Jun 26 '17 at 19:29
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    A chrome extension isn't going to help with a DNS cache on your router or from your ISP. – Stephen Ostermiller Jun 26 '17 at 19:40

"While as I was away on 3G I opened my website on my phone and it showed "Hello World" but when I came back it showed the advertisement again.

This statement, and fact that everyone else can see the updated content, leads me to believe this is almost definitely a local network issue (that is, not related to the registrar).

Since you are apparently not hosting the site locally, I would:

  • Try a separate (brand new) browser other than Chrome on the local network. Your anti-page caching extension(s) may not be working correctly.

  • Triple check the router. Many do DNS caching to cut down on traffic so this very well could be an issue.

  • Try a different set of DNS servers for the local network. If the issue is due to ISP DNS caching, you might be a out of luck until they decide to update that information. However, you can use free DNS servers such as Google DNS ( in your router settings to help test this.

Google DNS Settings

Regardless of anything else, from a DNS perspective, I would use the lowest possible cache times in my DNS records as possible.

  • It got fixed.I think it just needed some time to get on all computers.But thanks for your asnwer! – Murad Jun 27 '17 at 13:28
  • Welcome. Glad that it's working for you now. =) – Anaksunaman Jun 27 '17 at 13:30

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