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Tue, Jun 3, 2014 4:00 PM

Re: No site builder after a week...

I've had Busines Class for about 4 months and I still can't access site builder. Granted, I wasn't really concerned about it at first, since I got the account for the lack of data cap....but now that I want to set up a site, I find that I can't.

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113 Messages

7 years ago

rw _ hard in from your portal can you confirm the site you're trying to edit us enabled?

 

Does this link help you at all?

 

https://publish.comcast.net/splash/

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15 Messages

7 years ago

No, the link takes me to a site that then directs me to an xfinity login page...which i do not have. 

Also, I do not see anywhere in the portal that would indicate an available site to edit.

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113 Messages

7 years ago

As I cant assume what youre level of technical skill is nor what you know about comcast services I wanted to start by pointing you to their well written information page.
http://businesshelp.comcast.com/help-and-support/web-hosting/how-to-build-a-web-page/

Pardon for the late replies, state work can be daunting (Am a district 4 caltrans network engineer) and they are pounding me with work.

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15 Messages

7 years ago

And yes, I have an active domain through Comcast. 

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15 Messages

7 years ago

I have read that information already, and the things that it directs me to look for are not available in my account. Under "Welcome to Control Panel" it shows a screenshot with 3 items. I have the Domain Name link and the Pending Domain Transfers link, but not the Website link (Or anything in it's place). Just the two other links. I cannot proceed because I have nothing to edit. 

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7 years ago

Website Builder seems to be broken. Comcast Business Class does not have their act together. They don't respond to inquires in a timely manner. Their online tools are horribly dated and clunky. The only reason I don't dump them altogether, is because I need a static IP@ and their consumer division (branded as XFinity) doesn't sell static IP@'s, every time I've asked. I'm moving my Domain registration to GoDaddy and my websites are hosted on Microsoft Azure. Comcast forum monitor, please make sure this feedback makes it to your decision makers.

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15 Messages

7 years ago

Yea, I only stick around because of the lack of data cap. Residential was screwing me.