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1/31/17
Original Poster
Newsblok .com

My site can't be reached (The requested URL / was not found on this server. That’s all we know.)

As per title, my website has suddenly stopped working this morning.

Can't access from two different pc's or any mobile devices. Site is newsblok.com

Any help would be appreciated
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Krishna .M
1/31/17
Krishna .M
Hi Newsblok,

Welcome to the Blogger Help Forum.

Ignore, if you wish.
http://digwebinterface.com/?hostnames=newsblok.com%0D%0Awww.newsblok.com&type=&ns=resolver&useresolver=8.8.4.4&nameservers=

You have righteous DNS Setup!!! Congratulations.

Did you publish your blog URL under your custom domain?


Publishing to Custom domain

  1. Goto blogger.com > Settings > Basics > Publishing > Blog Address
  2. Click on + Setup a 3rd party URL for your blog
  3. In the appearing Third party domain settings, Enter your full custom domain address after http:// as http://www.newsblok.com
  4. Save it and there you go.
  5. If at all you see an error, please share us the screenshot and text version of the error.
Hope these helps. Looking forward for your response. 

Thank you.
1/31/17
Original Poster
Newsblok .com
Thanks,

When I enter newsblok.com as my 3rd party url, it says "We have not been able to verify your authority to this domain. Error 12." - this was working up until last night and I haven't changed anything since then. Another problem I have is that I can't find where it is registered, I was 99% sure it was a google domain, but it's not on my list of domains. When I go to my settings, it tells me to go to enom, which then sends me back to google as a reseller and the loop continues. I then try to sign into my admin panel, but that then redirects me to g suite (which I had never heard of) - It's all very confusing.


1/31/17
Original Poster
Newsblok .com
It's also now happening to another url which I added today: newsblok.net

It works now and again, but most of the time I'm getting the exact same error report. This hasn't been an issue before today.
Krishna .M
2/1/17
Krishna .M
Please share us the error by copy pasting it as well as in screen shot format.

A simple Who Is Lookup will tell you whom your actual registrar is.

Your registrar: ENOM, INC.

Hope that helps. Looking forward to your response.

Thank you.


On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 19:06:09 UTC+5:30, Newsblok .com wrote:
Thanks,

When I enter newsblok.com as my 3rd party url, it says "We have not been able to verify your authority to this domain. Error 12." - this was working up until last night and I haven't changed anything since then. Another problem I have is that I can't find where it is registered, I was 99% sure it was a google domain, but it's not on my list of domains. When I go to my settings, it tells me to go to enom, which then sends me back to google as a reseller and the loop continues. I then try to sign into my admin panel, but that then redirects me to g suite (which I had never heard of) - It's all very confusing.


Krishna .M
2/1/17
Krishna .M
I'd suggest creating a new thread for this issue so that we can avoid confusions. Please do create a new one for newsblog.net

Thank you.

On Tuesday, 31 January 2017 19:15:37 UTC+5:30, Newsblok .com wrote:
It's also now happening to another url which I added today: newsblok.net

It works now and again, but most of the time I'm getting the exact same error report. This hasn't been an issue before today.
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