website saving

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i made my website changed my domain name and it did not seem to save my previous work and when i go to the new domainit shows my progress so can you tell me what to do
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zac

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Laura Thomas, Social Media Coordinator

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Hi zac,

We're happy to look into this for you. Can you share the domain name you published your website to and tell us what changes we should be looking for? For example, is your published site correct but your Sitebuilder not showing your work or vice versa? Any additional information you can provide is appreciated.
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zac

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alright i needed the change my domain name so i did so by unpublishing the site and then re publishing it with new domain name when i go to the new domain name its correst but when i sign into the site builder the site is incorret it shows me like 5 text sections and they re all blank the only thig it shows is the picture at the top and the yola site advertising at the bottom
the domain is http://thelegendaryunitedsnipers.yola...
p.s. iwill be sitting her with you untill i can get this resolved thank you for coming to my aid
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Stefan, Official Rep

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Hi zac

I have checked your Yola account, and I can see that you have 5 different websites with the same name, and only one of them is published, which is the URL you posted above. I could imagine that you may have confused the sites and opened one which wasn't published and displays a different version of your work?

To find the right site, go to your My Yola dashboard (the page viewed after logging in) and check with the site displayed that it's published to your URL. If not, you will need to search for the correct site by choosing it from the Site Selector drop down menu on the top right.

I'd suggest that you either delete the other sites or rename them in order to avoid confusion.