If you are not able to see your website, there could be other reasons instead of server down. There are so many methods to check that your website is up of not. I am here showing few of them:
1. Use a proxy service provider– for example use http://proxy.org/ or http://sitesurf.net/ and try opening your website via their form. Learn More
The default elgg notification system sends emails to users when there’s activity in the network. Although this is good, it requires having the email inbox open to get the notification as soon as it arrives. A better way to handle notifications would be in site notifications. For that reason in this article I will give you a step by step guide on how to activate live notifications in elgg 1.8
1. First, let’s download the community plugin called “Notifier for Elgg 1.8” here Learn More
The WebSitePanel Space Summary has all the connection information that you need for your account, for example, server addresses. Many parts of this summary are as per your hosting account limitations and permissions. At any time, you can view it online or email to yourself. To do this:
1. Log into Control Panel.
2. After login, you will see your hosting plan name (For example BusinessClass ASP). It will be above the images+links, under heading “Hosting Spaces”. Click on your hosting plan name. It will show Space Quota summary. Learn More