How do I see the published page direct link

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find the direct link to a single page. When I publish it, for some reason the view of that published page is not showing, so I can't cut and paste the direct link. Is there anyplace I can find the published link to each page?
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open your site in the browser and you'll see the correct links.
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I am having a similar problem.  I published my site and it is no where to b found online I even press the link and nothing?
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luckycharmzmua4957, your domain did not fully register because of an invalid postal code. I was able to kind the correct code(AKN03) and finish registration. There might be some propagation time though.
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You must create a page link or put the page on a menu.
PRODUCE A TITLE FOR A NEW PAGE:
Select the menu > Select "Links" From your Site Navigation Menu Settings > Select "+" > Browse your files and add the desired file > OK > scroll to the bottom of Menu Settings and enter your Display Name > select edit link to concur > In the command box, review file information > OK > Save > Publish.

Now you can view the page on your browser and copy the page url. Use the page url to produce your links.
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I am not sure which site and page you are working on, but the direct link to any page on Sitebuilder sites would be http://www.yourdomain/pagename.html. Is that what you are asking?

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