I don’t think we need to worry about the .htaccess file anymore, I think it’s the index.html file that we need to sort out.
Where did you get the index.html file that you uploaded to your site? All the code in it is causing your problems, but I’m hesitant to tell you to change it before I find out where it came from.
We’re very close to solving your problem. In fact, I know a couple of things we could do to immediately solve your problem, but I want to make sure we pick the best solution for you that will be the easiest for you to understand and maintain.
If you’re getting antsy, you can:
- Delete index.html on your DreamHost server.
- Rename Welcome.html to index.html on your DreamHost server and you’ll be up and running immediately.
I kinda want to make sure you don’t totally lose the old index.html file, so I’m hoping it’s somewhere on your local (home) machine.
Informational note: Your web root is the base directory for your website. In your case it’s probably the directory /urbancupcake.com/
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