Previewing Web page content
Quick-start guide: home
After you have copied
your Web page content to your site, you can preview it in a browser.
To preview your home page:
In the address field
of a browser program, type your sitename in the Address field of
an Internet browser. For example:
is your site name.
preview other pages or files:
the address field of a browser program, type your site name followed by
/ and the new file name. For example:
<domain_name.com> is your site name and <filename> is the name of the page you want to preview.
Note: If you have
had your site name for more than 48 hours and cannot access it over the
Internet, contact your site name registrar to make sure the DNS information
for your site is correct. If your site is less than 48 hours old, you
can preview it as described below.
If your site is less than 48 hours old, the DNS information
for the site might not have had time to propagate to all servers on the
Internet, and your site might not be available for general viewing. However,
you can still preview the content and CGI
scripts used on your domain.
To preview the content of a new domain:
In the Address field of your Internet browser, enter
the following URL:
is the IP address of the control panel server on which your site is installed,
is the site preview number.
The site preview number is assigned when your service provider sets up
your site. The number appears in the Web server section of the Configuration
Site Administrator's Help
Published April 16, 2004