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Now that your site design and basic pages are done, you are now ready to publish your site to the Internet. One of the benefits of the Premium Web Builder is that it will automatically publish your site for you, no additional software is needed. If you are unable to publish using the built-in publishing after finishing your website design, you can use the Admin Panel in the Premium Web Builder to make any changes needed to your publishing settings.
When the Premium Web Builder was installed for you on your primary domain, the publishing settings were also automatically configured as well. Before going into the Admin Panel and changing the settings, first see if you are able to Publish your website. For information on how to publish your website, please see our article on Publishing with the Premium Web Builder.
The "site cannot be published to the specified location" error can be caused by one or more errors in the publishing settings in the builder.
Possible causes of this error include:
If you receive this error message when trying to publish your site from the Premium Website Builder, you will want to check the publishing settings for your site in the builder.
In the Admin Panel, if you are not taken directory to the Site page, click "Sites" on the left hand side of the page.
Select your domain name from the Site Name list.
On the next page, select the Publishing Settings tab.
You're now ready to check and make any needed changes to your site's Publishing Settings.
There are two ways to configure your publishing settings. We recommend using your server name and temporary URL information as this will allow you to publish your site whether the domain is pointed to Web Hosting Hub yet or not. Your publishing settings for your temporary URL will look like this:
Here is an explanation of what each of these fields mean:
Once you have confirmed the settings are correct, click the Verify Location button at the bottom and you will get a message verifying that you are now able to publish.
To use your domain information for the settings, make sure first that the domain is pointed to our nameservers. If the domain is pointed to Web Hosting Hub, you can place your own domain under Host and Web site URL with the rest being the same as the settings above, similar to this:
Again, click on Verify Location to confirm that you are able to connect. If you are not, also try using the temporary URL information and see if you are able to connect with that method. If the location is able to be verified, click the OK button to save the changes.
Once this is done, go back to your template by selecting "Edit Site in Wizard" at the top of the page and publish your website. After your website is published, it will appear immediately on the Internet (at your domain name if your domain is pointed to Web Hosting Hub and at your temporary URL if it is not). If it does not appear, try refreshing the page in your browser in case it is saving an older version of your website. If you are still receiving an error message even though you have confirmed the settings are correct, please contact our support team and we will be happy to look into the issue further for you.
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2013-02-23 4:22 pm
Had a problem today with trying to publish my site and couldn't figure out why until I came to the help section here and found that the problem was my passwords didnt match. The fix was easy and now I can publish my site, thanks so much!
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