I’d forgotten about that. it had been so long since I established a ‘new’ website that I forgot you had to manually tell Symantec that they can trust you. My book’s website is fine, because it doesn’t allow any registration, etc (http://atsics.com/) but this one is different. I think this will take a little bit of research as it’s actually a WordPress hosted site so I’m not sure how the normal process will work.
Symantec normally want you to insert a ‘verification file’ into the root of the site. I’ll get back to everyone with the results once I sort it all out.
OK, me rating it as ‘safe’ apparently has tipped it over to a ‘safe’ rating at the moment. I know what all you evil people are thinking, please don’t rate me as unsafe.
Well, looks like WordPress wants me to upgrade to premium, but I’m a stubbon so-and-so. Dug around on Norton’s site & they’ve got an alternative method, tried it but it wouldn’t initially work, so I’m taking it up with their support people. Will keep you informed.