How to park my website


crackerzonline
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25 Mar 15 01:57:43 pm
Hi. I'm only new here and just paid for my website and started to build it, and I just realised it's active to the public but it's not ready. How do I make my website inactive until I'm ready for it to be viewed by the public? Any help is very welcome please!


vaibhav.200007
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25 Mar 15 05:24:39 pm
If you are using Cpanel , Create Beta folder under public html and put all the files inside.it worked for me!!


Vaibhav T.

crackerzonline
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25 Mar 15 10:07:41 pm
Thanks Vaibhav, but I literally have no clue what you just said to me. I don't know how to do that at all. Is there no other simpler way?


fudjj
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4 Apr 15 10:27:27 pm
Hi COD,

I wouldn't panic too much about it, you know your URL, but unless you are actively marketing it, then no on else will and would have to stumble upon it to actually find it. If you do want to take it offline however, just contact your host and ask them to assist in making it in-active and I'm sure they will be happy to assist.

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lifeisgood4gnd
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4 Apr 15 11:25:26 pm
crackerzonline wrote:Hi. I'm only new here and just paid for my website and started to build it, and I just realised it's active to the public but it's not ready. How do I make my website inactive until I'm ready for it to be viewed by the public? Any help is very welcome please!

Call Ryan at Link hidden: Login to view.

He'd be more than happy to help you with all this.


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Greg Szablewski

 

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