Here are some things to check.
From the web, open yourdomainname.com
If you get the HotDoodle home page then your domain points to HotDoodle but we do not know what site belongs to that name. Edit your site publication and 'Config Domains'. Be sure that your domain is listed.
Is the IP address of the domain the same as that of Hotdoodle?
From a DOS, unix, or linux command prompt, issue the following commands
and look for the 'Reply from' IP address. If these are not the same, then your domain does not point to the HotDoodle servers.
Are the name servers correct?
In a browser, type in the following URL:
(but use your real domain name instead of 'yourdomainname.com')
You should see your information. If you do not, then you do not own the domain and will need to buy it.
If you see your contact information, scroll down and look for the nameserver lines. Example:
Name Server.......... n1.hotdoodle.com
Name Server.......... n2.hotdoodle.com
If you do not see the HotDoodle name servers then you need to log into whoever sold you your domain and change the nameservers.
If you meant to not use the HotDoodle name servers, then you need to log into whatever manages your nameservers and correct the ANAME records. Good luck with this.