It actually was suspended, but that was masked by the problems with the server.
I unsuspended it for you. Make sure to clear your browsed cache...
No idea how/why your WordPress is adding it, but there is some code in there with:
meta http-equiv="refresh" content="6;URL=http://x10hosting.com"
Yes, you can switch.
Just post the new x10 domain name you want (after making sure it is available) and an Admin will switch it for you.
The admins have never said anything about removing accounts from countries like yours (Barbados?). The "ban" only applies to new accounts....
Seems to be loading fine now. They had some problems with the new server that you are on.
You seem to be on the new server xo4 -- the 'apache' gives it away. New set ups often have small problems.
xo2 doesn't have that problem (not...
I see a site in light blue with a picture of the guy in your avatar at a laptop.
Try clearing your browser cache and history.
How are you connecting to Zoho in your PHP script? SMTP?
I'm now getting:
A Database Error Occurred
Unable to connect to your database server using the provided settings.
1. This is a support ticket for Free Hosting Accounts
2. The default page always goes up in brand new accounts. Yours is brand new (so I don't...
If you have your own domain, just go to your registrar and change the nameservers to your new provider.
For me, it goes to your Test Home Page.
Please clear your browser cache and history. Close the browser. Open the browser. Check the URL again.
Go to cPanel and rename .htaccess to .htaccessBAK (or just delete it)
.htaccess is the file that is usually responsible for this problem.
Depends what you run on your site. If you have plugins that query third party sites for feeds, updates, content, chat rooms, etc, you are at the...
You mean one of those annoying Sig type images that tells the viewer their IP and maybe browser, etc?
They banned you for that?
a) Tell them if...
Open a command prompt and try these two:
And let me add ---
Always Make Backups of Your Files and Data and Download Them.
101 things can go wrong. With any host. Not to mention...
Forget the DNS cache. It's usually your browser cache and history that is the culprit.
Your site displays. The problem is either in your browser or your ISP caching the old info.
Separate names with a comma.