Can't upload my Site that I have buildt with Yola to my existing Domain...

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Hi all I have a problem...
I made a website in Yola,

and now I am trying to put my Yola website onto my Server.

I downloaded the Yola site's contents (its in a zip file)
then I extracted it using winrar.

Now I tried to upload it onto my bought Domain and Server which is here:
and now it says "No input file specified."...

How can I fix this issue?

Thanks for the answers in advance!

EDIT: I am using the self-publishing way.
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Never mind :) got it working!
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Thanks for letting us know. I'm glad to hear you were able to get it working. :)
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Hi there,

Is the server where you are hosting your site running PHP 5.2x or higher?

Also, ensure that the "classes/work/templates_c" directory is writable by the web server (chmod 777 classes/work/templates_c on Unix / Linux boxes) and ensure that your host supports Sqlite3 if you have a blog on your site.

Please note that if you elect to host your site elsewhere, we can only support you with the process of creating your site, and downloading it. Thereafter all support relating to the hosting of your site will become the sole responsibility of your service provider.

The site you built will always be available in your Yola account for editing and updating even if you download your site as a zipped file and host it elsewhere. However, to put your changes live you would need to re-download your site and re-upload it to the servers of your hosting provider each time. If you host your site with us (either using a free subdomain or a domain of your own) you can update it with a single click - so it is a lot easier to make changes.

For additional detail, see: Download your Site and Host it Elsewhere.