Unfortunately, you provided zero to no information at all about what happened, how you installed caddy, how you configured it and run it, and what exactly are you seeing on your browser and logs. We can only help if you provide sufficient information.
I was looking topics to fix my website which is on google clouds, but somewhat caddy got in the middle and after trying to get out, caddy took over and now when I hit aimcorporation.net (my domain) I see the caddy webpage. How to get rid of that?
Caddy isn’t sentient yet to achieve this on its own. It’s more reasonable to assume user error. You can keep using Caddy by configuring it appropriately by, as Matt said, following the instructions on that page. You said something was wrong before you installed Caddy, what was wrong with it? What issue did you have and how did you end up with Caddy?
Uninstalling Caddy requires knowing how you installed Caddy, which isn’t known yet per your post.
Ok, to me it is not important a culprit here. Maybe I made a mistake and I hit to install, or by mistake something happened that now de landing page is showing Caddy and to be honest I don’t now how to follow those points there. They are outside of my knowledge. Simply I need to know a way to get that caddy page not showing. I still have problems with the portal. I don’t know why when I waked up today my webpage was down and there’s no way to get it back with my knowledge and the guy who did it is no longer available.
If you help me I will be very glad and with gratittude.
I can understand the frustration @aimcorp – it’s just that I don’t think we know how to help you. The forum is primarily volunteer-based helpers – many of whom are professionals – but what you have isn’t really a problem with Caddy. You need a professional who understands Google Cloud, and I imagine you’ll be more likely to find that on some freelancer marketplace.
This is not an issue with Caddy as much as it’s an issue with your own infrastructure. Per your experience, you either have migrated the wrong server or migrated a replica that already has Caddy installed and configured as well.
From what I see, this is the IP address of your server: 188.8.131.52. Does this match what what you see in your control panel or dashboard? Check your DNS configuration. How was your website deployed before? Is your website static (only HTML) or not (contains custom log in a programming/scripting language)? Those are questions you and your affiliates should know the answer for in order to be able to fix your server.
Your case requires a sysadmin, not a Caddy expert.