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    There must be a placeholder in your root check if you have index.html delete or rename the file

    in the template i only have (index.php) not index.html

    You need to check in root not theme

    Sorry i am just new at this. Where do I find this?

    i found it called home.html


    <title>This site is under development</title>

    <style type=”text/css” media=”screen”>
    html { color: #333; font-family: “Helvetica Neue”, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; text-align: center; }
    #container { margin: 0 auto; text-align: center; }
    <script type=”text/javascript” language=”JavaScript”>
    var domainname = window.location.hostname;
    var google_afd_request = {
    client: ‘ca-dp-oversee_ncd’,
    domain_name: domainname,
    referrer: document.referrer,
    session_token: ‘create’
    var param_name = ”;
    var param_value = ”;
    var frame;

    var registrar_frameset = function(params) {
    if (params[‘a_id’]) {
    param_name = ‘a_id’;
    else if (params[‘o_id’]) {
    param_name = ‘o_id’;
    param_value = params[param_name];
    frame = document.getElementById(params[‘frame’]);

    document.write(‘<title>’ + domainname + ‘</title>\n’);
    document.write(‘<meta name=”keywords” content=”‘ + domainname + ‘”>\n’);
    document.write(‘<meta name=”description” content=”‘ + domainname + ‘”>\n’);

    var token_url = ‘’;
    document.write(‘<script type=”text/javascript” language=”JavaScript” ‘ +
    ‘src=”‘ + token_url + ‘”></’ + ‘script>\n’);

    function google_afd_ad_request_done(response) {
    var url = ‘’ + domainname +
    (param_name ? (‘&’ + param_name + ‘=’ + param_value) : ”) +
    ‘&session_token=’ + response.session_token;
    if (frame) { = domainname;
    frame.location = url;
    else {
    document.write(‘<div id=”container”><h1>This site is under development</h1><p>This page indicates the webmaster has not uploaded a website to the server.</p><p>For information on how to build or upload a site, please visit your web hosting company\’s site.</p></div>’);
    document.write(‘<iframe src=”‘ + url + ‘” frameborder=”0″ height=”800″ scrolling=”auto” width=”100%”></iframe>’);

    <script type=”text/javascript” language=”JavaScript”>
    registrar_frameset({a_id: 101960});


    delete or rename that file home.html

    Hi there, just wondering if you could help me with this exact problem? I’m using the channel theme on my site and whenever I try to customise the theme I get the exact thing as above, a login screen and session expired. I’ve tried a number of techniques, as well as your suggestion, but I’m fairly new to WordPress and can’t seem to find a index.html or home.html file in my root folder.

    Any help you could give would really be fantastic, and any more info you need just let me know.


    You have some placeholder file as well in root that is not part of wordpress check if you have index.html file if so delete the file

    Thanks so much for the reply. The only .html file I have in the root folder is one called readme.html that I’m not really sure of the purpose of. Do you think this could be causing a problem? I can’t see a home.html or index.html file anywhere.

    Thanks again for the quick reply.

    the only way to is see you have this content in the file

    If so rename the file see index.php file opens

    Hi there, I have an index.php file, if I rename it the theme doesn’t work and the ISP says it’s restricted to access the website without an index.php file.

    This message is due to a plugin called, underconstruction:

    Do you think me activating this plugin may have caused an issue?

    Thanks again for helping me out I really appreciate it.

    Also, the problem only seems to arise when I try and update/change the background. I can customize other aspects of the theme without it expiring, it’s just when I try and change the background I have issues.

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