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Bad Website Luck--Have To Re-Do (The Youngster)

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D107
D107 Member Posts: 1,852
Hope you have your website url registered in your name; you can usually look that up on network solutions 'who is' feature which gives you owner, administrator, etc. If he did all this for you then you might have to fight a bit to get control of that.

You may be able to track this guy via his website or email address. All you need are your site files which he probably has backed up somewhere--can't see how he needs them for anything.

Good luck,

David

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  • Josh M.
    Josh M. Member Posts: 360
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    A customer alerted us this week that our website wasn't up anymore. After some research I found out that our web host/web designer pulled up stakes--along with our website. All is lost including the $3K we spent on the site.

    Now I am in re-design phase. I was hoping to get everyones input on what should be included in a website for a Radiant contractor! Any takers?
  • Steamhead (in transit)
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    First thing

    is to make a backup copy of the site, so if this happens again you don't have to start from scratch.

    To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"
  • Josh M.
    Josh M. Member Posts: 360
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    Lesson learned there!!
  • tim smith
    tim smith Member Posts: 2,752
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    Sorry to hear that Josh

    Josh, hope you get it back up and running soon. Tim
    As you can tell from ours, I put it up for contacts several years ago and hardly ever touch it. Amazing although that clients will still send service request on it sometimes albeit lame at best. :0
  • The Wire Nut
    The Wire Nut Member Posts: 420
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    Josh,

    Give me a shout off-line and I'll see if I can get you back into gear. What is your domain name? We may be able to pull a copy of your website from one of the archive sites out there...

    Alex ("The Wire Nut")
    "Let me control you"

    Lost in SOHO NYC and Balmy Whites Valley PA
  • Josh M.
    Josh M. Member Posts: 360
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    Thanks guys. Alex I sent you an email. Let me know if you didn't get it.
  • Steve Garson_2
    Steve Garson_2 Member Posts: 712
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    Josh:

    Do a google search for your old URL. You might find a cached copy of your web site that you can copy.
    Steve from Denver, CO
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