I cant publish my site

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I tried to post my updates on my site but it say i don't have authorization or something to that effect. When i look at my domain it looks like they still have me on a trial but i paid for it after a few days of building it. this is the trial  hstrial-iitstradeshowslt but the website is itstradeshows.net Help someone!
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THANK YOU What was I doing wrong?
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It could have been a caching issue, but it is loading for me, too.
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Refresh can produce solutions and sometimes using a better browser. I use Chome and have no problems with SB+.
How to Refresh your browser:
F5 = Refresh. If that doesn't work, use Shft/Ctrl/Delete.
Using this procedure intermittently provides solutions to cache and cookie related interference. A browser works by downloading a page to your computer. Browsers will then show the page from your computer as opposed to downloading it every time you visit the page. This speeds up the process and lessens the traffic on the Internet. Depending on the browser, it will periodically check the website for a new version of the page and download it if it has changed. If you don't see a change that you expect, then press F5. That tells the browser to go to the site and download the page now.

You can adjust the cache settings with each browser. When you visit a website, your computer downloads the website to your Temporary Internet Files. The next time you visit, instead of wasting bandwidth and loading time, it opens the recently visited site that is on your computer. Clearing out your cache prompts your computer to download the website with the new content.

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