My site won't load, says server not found.

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Hello,
I've been using Yola for my restaurant website for a few months now on a free account, and for the most part I am happy with it. But yesterday I can not get my site to load on either Firefox or Explorer, nor on any computer I have access to. My browser says "Server not found". The thing is I am trying to meet a print ad deadline right now and I need to put the web address on there, and I don't want to do that before I fix this loading issue. The sitebuilder loads everything fine. I added Google analytics code a few weeks back and nothing was wrong. I was able to track my page visits, and I get about 15 a day. Yesterday I got 0, so I am pretty sure nobody can see my site right now. What strange is that everything was loading fine, and I didn't make any changes, then now it won't load.

I've already removed the google analytics code on all my pages, that still didn't help, I am new to this whole web building thing so I am not really sure where else I can look. I've contacted support and done all the basic steps like clearing my cache and still no help.
my site is www.tokyobaystpete.com

Thanks in advance for any tips,
Dave
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dyang922

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Kershnee

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Hi dyang922,

I am sorry you are experiencing this issue. When I do a DNS lookup on your domain, the A records are not configured to point to 208.75.208.172.

You would need to re-add in your A records. We have a tutorial outlining the steps to configuring your domain: Publish to a domain you already own.
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dyang922

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I think the problem is with my domain registrar. I got another domain name and I've actually taken this opportunity to change my website name to something easier to remember. So now it's up and running again.
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Thanks for letting us know dyang922. We're glad to hear that you were abel to get your site up and running.
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if i correctly recall. if website already hosted the DNS record will following current Hosting DNS. i mean no need to fix your DNS record. i also see this case on http://www.maxlinks.org/ << on normal browser this site completely Server not Found , but on smartphone browsers , it's live.

Now day , Internet Provider making alot DNS in order increasing Internet Connection SPeed. so you just need waiting fro 24 hours until the DNS expires.

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