I think all of us were under the impression you were unable to get to your website by using its URL (Uniform Resource Locator, previously Universal Resource Locator). Basically its the address you type in the address bar of your browser to get to your website.
If this a search engine issue then I suggest you optimize your site for search engines (SEO). You really should have your own domain. You have no keywords or site description and no page title. We could talk about SEO forever. How long has your site been up? It takes sometime before site gets indexed in a search engines database. It by no means happens right away.
At any length your sites URL works fine so no real issue there. Do a search for SEO in your favorite search engine. Create some meta tags and a robots.txt file to get started.
Jan 28, 2009 - 8:32PM
finding a site in a search engine may be hard
if the site hasn't been indexed by the bots etc
if you have not submitted your site properly to search engines for them to do so
and if you have insufficient information for them to find the site like content, search words and more
if you can see the site then work on it to get it to the point you need it to submit to search engines then submit
then it will take some time for the bots to index it
Jan 28, 2009 - 8:51PM
I know many people who think that the way to navigate to a URL is to type it in a search engine window, rather than the browser address bar. I think this might be the case here.