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Why isn't my website displaying?

My website isn't displaying after I uploaded my custom html files to public/html. I found my html file on cpanel>domain>preview website. But why it is not displaying on tanwanjern.com? I can't search tanwanjern.com/index.html to see my custom html file also.

 

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Fine. I will call customer service again. this forum is not helpful.

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@tanwanjern,

 

  1. Register a domain. 
  2. Buy suitable hosting package. 
  3. Assign domain to hosting from cPanel.
  4. upload site files method depending on platform. 
  5. Site files for developer site (you mentioned hand coding) go in public_html folder NOT anywhere in preview. Leave that alone. That just acts the same as website.local. 

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@tanwanjern Smiley Frustrated

 

Do you have a hosting package? It doesn't look like you have and until you do, you can't serve up any page you have!! At the moment your site is parked!

 

 

Sure, I have. current plan : Starter Linux Hosting with cPanel RM10.99/month 1 year

 
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@tanwanjern,

 

and what you have copied into your index is the "your domain is parked" page from godaddy. 

Either this or you have not assigned your domain to your hosting. 

 

Either you don't know what you are doing, or you are trying to be too clever........

Fine. I will call customer service again. this forum is not helpful.

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@tanwanjern,

 

  1. Register a domain. 
  2. Buy suitable hosting package. 
  3. Assign domain to hosting from cPanel.
  4. upload site files method depending on platform. 
  5. Site files for developer site (you mentioned hand coding) go in public_html folder NOT anywhere in preview. Leave that alone. That just acts the same as website.local. 

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