The following errors were reported by the server:

the error sounds pretty clear to me.

it's telling you there are no DNS records for that domain. are you sure you typed it right?


Can you reach your own website? Looking up NS records yields an empty answer:

$ dig +short ns

whois says this:

$ whois
% Restricted rights.
% Terms and Conditions of Use
% The above data may only be used within the scope of technical or
% administrative necessities of Internet operation or to remedy legal
% problems.
% The use for other purposes, in particular for advertising, is not permitted.
% The DENIC whois service on port 43 doesn't disclose any information concerning
% the domain holder, general request and abuse contact.
% This information can be obtained through use of our web-based whois service
% available at the DENIC website:

Status: failed
Changed: 2023-08-03T20:39:41+02:00

Not sure what Status: failed entails. Querying NSes from whois seems to work:

$ dig +short a

To me it smells like a DNS issue at your hosting provider.


Let's Debug (


Is the screenshot for your DNS control panel from Denic or Zap Hosting?

The IP you are pointing to is apparently owned by Zap Hosting, so if you are planning to use Zap Hosting to control your DNS you first need to update your domain registration to point to their nameservers.


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