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Hi Raynald4715The domain is associated successfully, it just has an error. Here are the instructions to fix it, in this post. Let me know if you need any other help!

Fixing the Website Builder 404 error

Some of you might come across the error that can happen with Website Builder sites. It looks like this:If you see this, have no fear. This is an easy fix.Step 1: Log out of Website Builder. Everywhere. This fix will not work if the builder is still open anywhere. Step 2: Log into your Homestead acco

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Thank you. That website is up and working.

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Fixing the Website Builder 404 error

Some of you might come across the error that can happen with Website Builder sites. It looks like this:If you see this, have no fear. This is an easy fix.Step 1: Log out of Website Builder. Everywhere. This fix will not work if the builder is still open anywhere. Step 2: Log into your Homestead acco

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Hello,You can check you emails in two different places. First, if you are already logged into your Homestead account click on the email tab on the left and you should see a check email option requesting your credentials. If you don't see it, click on

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Account: Create a Domain Email Address

When choosing to create an email address, you have two options. G Suite Webmail You can read more about purchasing G Suite hereThe following are instructions to create a regular Webmail email address. Important: Before you can set up any email accounts, you must already have a domain associated wi

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Hello Jennifer, Adding that Tracking ID is for the whole website. Google Analytics will view and track each individual page once that ID is applied to the site.

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WebsiteBuilder: Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a web analytic program offered by Google. It allows you to see where visitors come from, what they do when they reach your site, and how long they are there for. It also allows you to track information like what browser or device type is most often used to view your pages.With th

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Hello Martha,That is correct, each domain will generate its own tracking ID.

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WebsiteBuilder: Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a web analytic program offered by Google. It allows you to see where visitors come from, what they do when they reach your site, and how long they are there for. It also allows you to track information like what browser or device type is most often used to view your pages.With th

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Hello, Are you using Sitebuilder Plus or the downloadable builder, Sitebuilder Desktop?

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Sitebuilder Plus: View File Manager

Here's how you find the file manger: Click on the Websites Manager in the left navigation menu. Then, click Edit Site. Click your domain name or sitename at the top. Then, choose View File Manager from the drop-down menu.

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Hello, If you have an SPF record, it would be added as a TXT record in your DNS:Account: Edit/View DNS Records | Homestead Community

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DKIM Record

You may receive a bounceback when sending emails to domains with a *.mil and/or *.gov domain. To resolve this, you need to add a DKIM record. Homestead doesn't support DKIM records, so you will need to use a system like Cloudflare.  The DKIM record can be added as a CNAME. To add this reco

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Hello, I have provisioned the SSL for you, the domain will show secure within 24 hours.

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WebsiteBuilder: Auto-SSL for Pointed Domains

If your domain is pointed to Homestead (not registered through Homestead), then you will need to activate the SSL we provide. To do this:Click on the Domains tabIf it is pointed correctly, you will see "Activate SSL" to the left of your domain options.Click that link. This will bring you to a p

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Please follow these instructions to secure your domain

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WebsiteBuilder: Auto-SSL for Pointed Domains

If your domain is pointed to Homestead (not registered through Homestead), then you will need to activate the SSL we provide. To do this:Click on the Domains tabIf it is pointed correctly, you will see "Activate SSL" to the left of your domain options.Click that link. This will bring you to a p

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After you changed the A records, did you go back to the Activate SSL screen and click "Next" so our system could check for that change?

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WebsiteBuilder: Auto-SSL for Pointed Domains

If your domain is pointed to Homestead (not registered through Homestead), then you will need to activate the SSL we provide. To do this:Click on the Domains tabIf it is pointed correctly, you will see "Activate SSL" to the left of your domain options.Click that link. This will bring you to a p

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The reason you do not see the ssl or access to activate it is because Homestead does not host that domain name. It may just be being forwarded to your site URL https://prickshop.homesteadcloud.com/ which we do have and is secured. You can a

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WebsiteBuilder: Auto-SSL for Pointed Domains

If your domain is pointed to Homestead (not registered through Homestead), then you will need to activate the SSL we provide. To do this:Click on the Domains tabIf it is pointed correctly, you will see "Activate SSL" to the left of your domain options.Click that link. This will bring you to a p

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This happened because the domain on this site was changed. It shouldn't happen every time, but if you have any issues please let me know.

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WebsiteBuilder: Auto-SSL for Pointed Domains

If your domain is pointed to Homestead (not registered through Homestead), then you will need to activate the SSL we provide. To do this:Click on the Domains tabIf it is pointed correctly, you will see "Activate SSL" to the left of your domain options.Click that link. This will bring you to a p

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Hello,You can perform a public who is test to see where the domain is registered at. It looks lie this is with 1&1. However, I see your pointed domain is connected to a Sitebuilder plus site and to add a ssl to this site you will want to refer to

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WebsiteBuilder: Auto-SSL for Pointed Domains

If your domain is pointed to Homestead (not registered through Homestead), then you will need to activate the SSL we provide. To do this:Click on the Domains tabIf it is pointed correctly, you will see "Activate SSL" to the left of your domain options.Click that link. This will bring you to a p

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Hello Starla, The SSL typically is automatic, but sometimes it does require a small change on our end to get it working. I have made this change for your domain and the site will show as secure within 24 hours.

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WebsiteBuilder: Auto-SSL for Pointed Domains

If your domain is pointed to Homestead (not registered through Homestead), then you will need to activate the SSL we provide. To do this:Click on the Domains tabIf it is pointed correctly, you will see "Activate SSL" to the left of your domain options.Click that link. This will bring you to a p

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Hello Sam, These are instructions for a pointed domain name, you would want to refer to https://community.homestead.com/homestead/topics/websitebuilder-ssl-cnvdqnt2aqgpr. I have went ahead and completed the changes for you ant he site will be showing

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WebsiteBuilder: Auto-SSL for Pointed Domains

If your domain is pointed to Homestead (not registered through Homestead), then you will need to activate the SSL we provide. To do this:Click on the Domains tabIf it is pointed correctly, you will see "Activate SSL" to the left of your domain options.Click that link. This will bring you to a p

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Actually this is something that needs to be done on your end. You'll need to update the nameservers through Yahoo:NS1.MDNSSERVICE.COMNS2.MDNSSERVICE.COMNS3.MDNSSERVICE.COMThese are our nameservers. If you make this change through Yahoo and let me kno

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WebsiteBuilder: Auto-SSL for Pointed Domains

If your domain is pointed to Homestead (not registered through Homestead), then you will need to activate the SSL we provide. To do this:Click on the Domains tabIf it is pointed correctly, you will see "Activate SSL" to the left of your domain options.Click that link. This will bring you to a p

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The way we would currently be able to set it up would be to have the .net on the WebsiteBuilder site, and to direct traffic from the .com to the .net. So, the site would be secure, but it will show the main domain, the .com, regardless of which domai

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WebsiteBuilder: Auto-SSL for Pointed Domains

If your domain is pointed to Homestead (not registered through Homestead), then you will need to activate the SSL we provide. To do this:Click on the Domains tabIf it is pointed correctly, you will see "Activate SSL" to the left of your domain options.Click that link. This will bring you to a p

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Hello,We can re add the domain to the account and update the pointing if need be.

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WebsiteBuilder: Auto-SSL for Pointed Domains

If your domain is pointed to Homestead (not registered through Homestead), then you will need to activate the SSL we provide. To do this:Click on the Domains tabIf it is pointed correctly, you will see "Activate SSL" to the left of your domain options.Click that link. This will bring you to a p

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Hello,I see the name servers are pointing to go daddy. You can verify the email records are present in their dns settings or point the name serves to Homestead. Here are the DNS settings for Homestead email:            &

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Account: Edit/View DNS Records

1) Log in to your Homestead account and click on domains on the left side of the account screen.2) Under the desired domain click on the link Advanced DNS settings. This will bring up the current DNS records for your domain and allow you to edit them if desired.

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You are welcome.

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Account: Edit/View DNS Records

1) Log in to your Homestead account and click on domains on the left side of the account screen.2) Under the desired domain click on the link Advanced DNS settings. This will bring up the current DNS records for your domain and allow you to edit them if desired.

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