Hi, so I recently linked my domain to HTML repl and it says verified but when I try to enter to the website with the domain I linked it says “server not found”
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If you have linked your domain to HTML repl and it is showing as “verified,” but you are experiencing a “server not found” error when trying to access your website with the domain, there are a few potential reasons for this issue:
DNS Propagation: It can take some time for DNS changes to propagate globally. This propagation process can vary and usually takes a few hours to up to 48 hours. During this time, different DNS servers around the world update their records to reflect the new domain settings. So, it’s possible that your domain is still propagating, and that’s why you are seeing the “server not found” error.
Incorrect DNS Settings: Double-check if you have correctly set up the DNS settings for your domain. Ensure that you have added the correct DNS records (such as an A record or CNAME record) pointing to the correct IP address or URL associated with your HTML repl. Any misconfiguration in the DNS settings can result in the “server not found” error.
Repl Deployment: Verify that your HTML repl that is linked to your domain is deployed and running properly. Make sure that the repl is up and accessible, and that your domain is correctly configured to connect to it.
To troubleshoot the issue, you can consider the following steps:
Wait: If you have recently made DNS changes, give it some time for the changes to propagate globally. It’s recommended to wait for at least a few hours to see if the “server not found” error resolves itself.
Double-check DNS settings: Review your domain registrar or DNS provider’s settings and ensure that the DNS records are correctly configured to point to your HTML repl.
Verify repl deployment: Verify that your HTML repl is correctly deployed and accessible. Check if it is running without any errors and that it can be accessed using the provided URL or IP address.
If the issue persists, it’s best to reach out to your domain registrar or DNS provider’s support team for further assistance. They can provide more specific guidance based on your domain and DNS configuration.
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