This might help you Check if 'www.example.com' refers to your site. If not, you have to create an 'A' record for this. In most situations you have to do this at the company who is providing your DNS management, probably the one where you registered your domain.
Hope this helps This was a DNS related error, sorry everyone. Background: The ISP of the client managed to "smart redirect" the domain instead of using DNS. They basically scraped the new site on their servers and returned it via the old domain. I'm speechless.
only see 'welcome to nginx' when accessing site from public ip address
wish help you to fix your issue I'm creating a website hosted on an internal WAMP server. I'm trying to link to an external site (even just something like Google) but it comes up with a 404 error because it's trying to find the external site in the directory of my site. How do I link to an external site? I've tried using a full address (i.e. https://www.google.com) but that doesn't work. , you should use:-