This corner of the Reclaim Hosting community is intended to support people relatively new to domains (as well as others interested in helping them).
For the second summer in a row, the Ontario Extend project is offering a 4 week series of activities aimed at helping new domain owners understand cpanel, subdomains, install apps (more than WordPress), and a few more basics.
We start this week!
We ask that anyone coming to Domain Camp stand up here and say hello… this place is especially important as one anyone should feel comfortable asking questions and getting help from others.
Thank you very much - have been enjoying both the information and the way it’s presented (I went to Girl Scout camp - ).
PS: Just started the activities and already have a couple of mini-muddles/questions…is this the right place/time to ask them? Sorry (climbs out of tent, leaps into the underbrush and ends up covered in mud)! Thanks!
Thanks for letting me pitch a tent at your awesome campsite. Happy to join from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA and looking forward to meeting everyone! I’ll be participating from my domain: https://simulacrumbly.com.
Kim from Conestoga here! Glad to hang out by the campfire with all of you. I watched the videos played around with a couple landing pages. But alas I got too close to the fire and now I get a 403 error message. Any suggestions?
Ok, I will. I tried out a few of the templates and published a couple, checked to see if it was working and it did. I went back to use a previous one then when I checked my site I had the 403 message. I will put my question into a new thread.
The full message in the screenshot helps a little, that htaccess file is important and seems to have gotten messed up. Nothing wrong you did.
This looks like something you should submit a support ticket to reclaim hosting, when you log in to https://portal.reclaimhosting.com/ look for Submit a Ticket under the Support menu, let them know you were trying out Site Publisher and got that error. They should be able to fix quickly.
Sorry for a bad first domain experience. I break my sites pretty regularly.