I have been trying to obtain a rating for my website (www.kcrnexus.org) for over a year now. I started by submitting through my McAfee account, only to be told it could not be done due to the fact that McAfee was receiving a 200- or 300- range message instead of a 404 response (I checked with Go Daddy, which sold website tonight, and told that it was unavoidable outcome. A genuine 404 page is not an option - merely one that says "404 Error" - in short, I could not set up the necessary arrangement for McAfee to recognize ownership). I am now using their Website Builder product, which replaced website tonight - however, the design structure is the same, so I expect the same problem.
I've also submitted the site via the standard, non-account manner numerous times over the past year.
I was also upset to discover, after a year, that my account no longer existed, and that I needed to establish a new one.
So, in short, I'm trying to figure out:
1) How to insert the code a way that will work with Website Builder and allow it to be recognized.
2) Discover another way for the website to be rated. I understand that there are numberous websites on the Internet, but I think a year would be enough time to receive a rating.
Wishing you all a healthy day,
I was able to find out a few more things:
1) The SiteAdvisor account I had was under a different e-mail address, but I was able to access it (I thought this was the same site).
2) The recognition as site owner remains situation the same - I called Go Daddy; apparently, one cann access the root directory when they have Website Builder, so I cannot confirm ownership via the standard method.
Would anyone have any other suggestions on how to be recognized as the website owner, and to obtain a rating? As I mentioned before, I have been submitting the site using the standard submission page ( http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/domain/writeComments?firstTry=1§ion=domain Suggestion&domain ) for around a year.
I agree a year sucks. Have you contacted teh support team at firstname.lastname@example.org?
That would be the first step if you have and no joy post back and I will ping a SA tech to speed things up if and only if you have tried the support path recently..
Thank-you for your response. That was going to be my next step. I used this ( http://www.siteadvisor.com/userfeedback.html ) page today to submit an inquiry (your link did not work, I estimate because I tend to use Internet Explorer 9). Do these lead to the same mailbox, or should I write the one you have provided as well?
Hoping your day is well,
What do you mean the link did not work I only gave an email contact.
https://community.mcafee.com/message/66185#66185 has all the details. I would email as well.
I am also moving this thread to the Siteadvisor forum.
Ah; I thought the item in question was a link to a contact form page.
The form I mentioned is one of the items mentioned on the page you provided a link for; thank-you for that and the other options, as well as putting the thread in an area that seems likely to attract more perspective, although I may not need that.
However, do the form and the e-mail lead to different addresses? I do not wish to bother anyone by sending a repeat e-mail.
May the rest of your day be healthy,
I am unsure re email and form though they do get read by same group. I would do both and if no joy in a week post back and I will PM my contact.
I have sent in the data to both sources, and shall now wait. The response I received from email@example.com was:
"We have received your request. It will be reviewed and processed by our team in the order it was received. Any adjustment made based on the review will be published in http://www.siteadvisor.com .
The person had the letters "EMEA" after their title.
I hope your day is pleasant,
Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) . If no solution in 2 weeks post back and I will stir my contacts.
Message was edited by: Peacekeeper on 8/02/13 6:34:20 AM
Thank-you again for your assistance. I shall see what develops.
I hope all is well with you,