Hosting problem

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I had a website that a lost few days ago probably because the subscription for the hosting expired. The company who created my website hosted it but I am not sure where and these guys aren't in business anymore.
I tried several website to check without luck.
I purchased the domain from Omnis and currently I directed it to another website that I have, which is with weebly
I appreciate any help I can get in locating my hosting company to recover my other website.

Thank you.
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find the web site you bought the hosting from and contact them about getting the source code.
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Hi,
Thank you for your reply. As I said in my post, the company that built my website they hosted it probably with another hosting company but they are out of business and there phone number is a travel agency now. So there is now way I can find what's the source code?
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They should of contacted you about the closure but only thing i could guess is that you DNS lookup the domain name where you got the site/hosting from and see if there is any contact details there.

Unless it was something magical that you invested 1000's into it, have a nice new upgraded web site.

I got a friend that does cheap US hosting that has been around for years, check www.hobohost.com.

If you need help building another web site, let me know i can arrange budget sites.
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sometimes google has cache a website. check them out and see if you could pull the source from that. Just an idea
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Thank you. How do I check if Google cache my website?
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http://www.googleguide.com/cached_pages.html
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or http://web.archive.org/
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try history WHOIS records of their domain, maybe you find some usefull info about them..
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Post 3+ Months Ago

misat wrote:
Thank you. How do I check if Google cache my website?

If you want to check Either your website cache or not. You can use this query for this purpose.
Writ this below query in the Google Search bar
cache:Link your website and Enter and see result, when Google cache your website...........
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Post 27 days ago

Yes if you need to know about that whether your website have been got cached or not you can do like as stellatyler said. If you done like that means then you can get the page of your website which have been cached by the google.

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