Does your mysite.yolasite.com built website show a warning in your Trend Micro antivirus? Try this before you post here in the forums... A Honey Bear Playhomes tip...

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Does your Trend Micro give you this message (or similar) when you try to open your website?

"Trend Micro has confirmed that this website can transmit malicious software or has been involved in online scams or fraud."

Check your website on the Trend Micro "Is it safe?" page checker before you ask for assistance here in the forums as it could be as simple as uninstalling then reinstalling your antivirus.

http://global.sitesafety.trendmicro.com/

If you get "The latest tests indicate that this website contains no malicious software and shows no signs of fraud." as your results this leaves me to conclude that your trend micro on your computer might require uninstalling and then reinstalling with a fresh copy of the antivirus program.

Give a fresh copy of Trend Micro a try and also uninstall your Trend Micro browser add-on (if applicable) then reinstall the browser add-on as well, clear your cache, close your browser and then open your browser once more to try your site again.

Good luck and happy site building
Ed

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Thanks for this tip, Ed! Quite a few members experience this problem, and this is really helpful!
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I think that my tips thread should be required reading for all new Yola users... LOL add the link to the the thread to the Yola account sign up confirmation email. ;)

When I see a problem solver and or resource that helps out another user it makes sense to include it as a thread so that others who experience the same thing later will not have far to look should they search. You can imagine my internal dialog when assessing whether or not the tool or resource is deserving of a thread of its own. There are literally thousands that I have passed over for inclusion to the tips thread. 137+ tip threads and counting...

And just think... Had I picked Webs or Weebly all those years ago instead of Yola this forum might have been a bit different than it is today.