Blog Code,  Blogging

Error 404

Yes, I just had that kind of experience, and it was really sucks, not to mention that is my natal day today wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!

Before I log out last night, I refresh my Mary Anne’s Musings page; my eyes grew wide when I can’t open it anymore it was the big ERROR 404. I immediately emailed the 1and1 where I bought my domain and yes I got an immediate reply as well.

Dear Mary Ann Thompson,

Thank you for contacting us.

As we checked, the domain name is pointing to an
Alias, Please be informed that all current DNS
settings, e-mail addresses, and forwards will be disabled.We are no
longer hosting the domain name. Please contact the domain’s hosting

If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

Shyne Daugdaug
Technical Support
1&1 Internet

Hubby called the 1and1 to verify what’s going on, they gave him the same answer, and we should contact the Google, since they are the one hosting my domain. Hubby found a forum in Google with the same problem, like I have, one member suggested to publish your domain to your original domain, so mine was like this from, I set it back to, then after a while I set it back again from to but I got an error, it said that the blog host do not allow naked domains, so I have to put the www to it and redirect it as well, so it goes like this When I view it, it works!

I hope this could be helpful to some bloggers who had the same problem as mine.

Note: Please bear with my blog list, I would add you as soon as I have time, I think this is what you will get when you try to edit your settings


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