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Cannot see a web site ???

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by catoumi, Apr 11, 2008.

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  1. catoumi

    catoumi Thread Starter

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    Hi all

    I m using a wireless network on an Orange broadband UK Livebox package and for some strange reason i cannot manage to load a site software liquidation dot co dot uk ?(no spaces) anymore?

    The site can be seen from different networks but not from mine.
    I am using a couple of systems (Win XP ProSP2 and Vista Prem).

    I am only using the standard Windows firewall and nothing else advanced.

    Many thanks for any suggestions
     
  2. kiwiguy

    kiwiguy

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    I get a holding page, with a link to explain

    "This "website holding" page is displayed when you visit Liquidation.co.uk because the owner has registered the domain name (or set up a sub-domain), but has not yet created a website.

    Without this page, website visitors would see a "Page not found" error. The holding page confirms that the domain's DNS has been set up correctly"
     
  3. catoumi

    catoumi Thread Starter

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    hi Kiwi
    the name of the site is : softwareliquidationdot co dot uk
    Many thanks
     
  4. catoumi

    catoumi Thread Starter

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    Dear Kiwiguy,

    Many thanks for your advice; it happened that my IP number was blocked by hosting company as several attempts to login were made by myself...except that they had never told me even after my first support query.

    Cheers :)
     
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