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I have a website ( I used art gallery. The

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I have a website ( I used for my art gallery. The gallery has been closed and I am redoing the web site to transition into anither art type business. When I google the site I get the message that google suspects the site has been hijacked. When I click on the url I get an entirely unrelated page about best online casinos. I'm by no means a techie and I have gotten lost in the fix explainations. Is there someone that can help me clean this up?
George OMalley
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  Josh replied 1 year ago.
Hi George, Try these steps to fix your website:Register and verify your site in Google’s Search Console.Sign in to Search Console and check the "Security Issues" section to see details of sample URLs that might be hacked. Fix the security issue that allowed your website to be infected. Otherwise, your site is likely to be reinfected.Read the resources for hacked sites for detailed information on how to fix your website.Request a review in the Security Issues section in Search Console when your entire website is clean and secure. After they check that your site is fixed, they will remove the "This site may be hacked" message.