my index page are not loading

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when i type my site on my browser its always take me on my blog page i dont know what the problem is,. heres my site http://kianplace.info, im using firefox
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kian l

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lambofgod

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My security software (Panda) says it's a redirect loop. I would double check your blog and remove any outsource code you have. Does anybody else have the same results as me?
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Kershnee

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Hi Kian,

Lambofgod is correct, you have redirect code on your blog page which is redirecting your page. Have you added such code recently to your page?
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kian l

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ok i think the last code that i put is the problem im goin to try to fix it
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kian l

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i manage to delete all my latest code but when i try to open my site its still directing me to my blog page, i use IE and i can open my page but its say i have an error to my page i dunno what is it, can you help me to find it
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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You definitely still have the problematic code on your site. I am going to need a little bit of time to work on this, as we are short of people right now and have a lot of emails to respond to. Please bear with us and we will get back to you during working hours tomorrow.
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kian, I'm no expert, but wonder if this line of code near the bottom is the problem:
Trying to use html but it doesn't seem to be working. It's the line that includes a url to kianplace . info / my-blog . rss % 20

If this doesn't help, Go to your home page site link and stop it (X in your browser) before it redirects. Then View/Page Source in your browser. The line I'm trying to post is a few lines above the Yola footer.

Hoping that helps. If not, I'll leave to someone more skilled than me.
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Hello Kian L

I took a look at your site, and unfortunately, I am not able to replicate this error you've been having. Have you by chance fixed this up already?
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kian l

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im getting tired of trying to fix it, i manage to open my index page on IE and delete all the last code that i use but when i open in on firefox its still not working
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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There is definitely some very nasty code in there! I can't even stay on the homepage long enough to see what it is, without the redirect taking me off your site and disabling the back button in my browser. This is why forced redirects are such a bad idea :(

Here is what I suggest: start with a completely blank new site. Add the code snippets from your index page one at a time. Save and preview your page. See if the redirect occurs after adding one piece of code. That is the only way to find the culprit.

Let us know if you make any progress with this.
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John McCarthy

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Monique have you tried using this.
http://www.topbits.com/view-page-sour...
It seems to be the home page code that comes up so you can have a look through.
It may help :)
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Thanks John. @Kian - try this tip from John as well. It might help you find the bad code.
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kian l

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i can open my index now, thanks for helping me, i delete all the previous script and its working now, but sometimes when im trying to open it to my other computer its still direct me to my blog page, maybe theres a problem on my browser, can yu try to open it and tell me if its ok http://kianplace.info thank
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lambofgod

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Nope it still directs me to your blog page and then a web address www.777seo.com/ don't know what to tell ya, I would have Yola Reps look into your site.
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Ok, I used a Firefox addon to stop redirects. It is one of your ad's that keep redirecting you. Delete all ad's of and then put each one on ONE AT A TIME and see which on is doing it.
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<!--
It's this piece of malicious code to be exact:
<script type="text/javascript">
var imgs5 = new Array("http://imgur.com/V7dLo.gif ","http://imgur.com/splQJ.gif ","http://imgur.com/5xytC.gif ","http://imgur.com/Sf5NG.gif ","http://imgur.com/4I2ul.gif");
var lnks5 = new Array("http://www.neobux.com/?r=kenjie01","h...;
var alt5 = new Array();
var currentAd5 = 0;
var imgCt5 = 5;
function cycle5() {
if (currentAd5 == imgCt5) {
currentAd5 = 0;
}
var banner5 = document.getElementById('adBanner5');
var link5 = document.getElementById('adLink5');
banner5.src=imgs5[currentAd5]
banner5.alt=alt5[currentAd5]
document.getElementById('adLink5').href=lnks5[currentAd5]
currentAd5++;
}
window.setInterval("cycle5()",5000);
</script>
<a href=""http://www.neobux.com/?r=kenjie01"" id="adLink5" target="_new">
<img src="http://imgur.com/V7dLo.gif " id="adBanner5" border="0" width="500" height="70"></a></p>
Just remove whatever ad this is for and hopefully it will stop. There may be more...
-->