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my registered URL is casualtyclaimscontainment.com I developed the site on AMPPS using the URL kriswebpg.test

I uploaded site to https://dallas124.mysitehosted.com I have tried everything in my knowledge to launch wordpress after successfully installing WordPress from cPanel with SOFTACULOUS installer. I get the following error:

This site can’t be reached casualtyclaimscontainment.com refused to connect. ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED

or with incognito page get the error msg: 404 Not Found www.casualtyclaimscontainment.com/wp-admin (port 443)

I have explored all the internet solutions still no joy. under directory public_html the .htaccess file is shown below.

# BEGIN WordPress
<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
RewriteEngine On
RewriteBase /
RewriteRule ^index\.php$ - [L]
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteRule . /index.php [L]
</IfModule>

# END WordPress
  • There are many inconsistencies here... ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED is most likely a DNS error, not related to WordPress. If I try to access casualtyclaimscontainment.com I get a redirect loop? You mention a 404 response? I'm also getting an "intermittent"(?) SSL cert warning when accessing your domain via port 443? You say you uploaded the site to https://dallas124.mysitehosted.com - so how does your registered domain relate to this? Can you serve a simple HTML page from your domain? – MrWhite Sep 30 at 11:55
  • I disabled all SSL to try and simply bring up page. no joy I checked DNS: A, CNAME, MX,Records reflect casualtyclaimscontainment.com. I cannot try a page as I cannot get Wordpress to launch. I would have simply retyped the page if I could get access – Ceeker Sep 30 at 12:36
  • Can you share your folder structure? – huraji Sep 30 at 15:36
  • It sounds like you're saying you set up WordPress as a local site, then uploaded the files (and probably the database) to your actual host. If that's correct, you skipped a step - updating all the URLs. You'll need to use a database migration plugin that will handle the URL changes from your local URL to the actual end domain - there are a couple of settings in the options table but also URLs throughout the database that are often serialized and get corrupted if you try to just search and replace manually. – WebElaine Sep 30 at 15:38
  • Folder structure <public_html> cgi-bin kris <<wp>> wp-admin wp-content wp-includes <<wp-admin>> css images includes js maint network user <<wp-content>> ai1wm-backups aiowps_backups mu-plugins plugins themes upgrade uploads wflogs <<wp-includes>> blocks certificates css customize fonts ID3 images IXR js pomo random_compat Requests rest-api SimplePie sodium_compat Text theme-compat widgets – Ceeker Oct 1 at 6:37

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