The first and easiest method to find where your website is hosted is to look through past email confirmations and billing statements to try and find where your site is hosted.
1.) Open a web browser and go to a domain lookup service such as Whois.com.
2.) Enter the domain name of the website you want to find the hosting information for in the search box.
3.) For our example, we need to select whois on the unavailable site to find out the domain host.
4.) Look for the Registrar or Registrar URL section in the search results. This will usually tell you the name of the company that registered the domain.
1.) Visit the website of the registrar and look for a section called "Domain Management," "Domain Control Panel," or something similar and select it.
2.) Log in to the domain management portal using the credentials provided by the registrar (these should be in an email sent to the website owner).
3.) Look for a section called "Hosting" or "Web Hosting." This will usually show you the name of the company that is hosting the website.
If you are unable to find the hosting information using these steps, it is possible that the website is not currently hosted or is using a private hosting service that does not publicly disclose its information. In such cases, you may need to contact the website owner or administrator to obtain this information.