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New site keep getting error 404

Hi after reading a lot of reviews I built my new site using wp theme generatepress and elementor the site was super easy to build ( I'm a complete tech- no- phob) lol
Home page loads beautifully, but all other pages I get
Not Found

The requested URL /hotel was not found on this server.

Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

I read some where I need to change the configuration in apache im with Hostalia and can't find it anywhere on my control panel - do I need to do this or is there something super simple that I missed out when building my site!

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Web Sites and Domains seperated

You can keep the Web Sites and Domains seperated as you have in the past.
Check the Web Site name and Bindings.

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2 things.

1. Switch to a Google DNS like 8.8.8.8 since I find Google's DNS seems days faster to pick up a new web site.
2. Do the usual cache reset, page reload and MORE (varies with browser.) Chrome for example has me do this beyond the usual F5. https://www.google.com/search?q=chrome+force+page+reload

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Redircet

Try to us redirection in your website

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