Usually a blank page in your browser instead of your website page showing means that the web address has resolved correctly but there is some other condition preventing your website from rendering. In other words: looking up the website address on the internet took you to the right place, but there’s something wrong with the website itself and it can’t display for some reason.
The first step of any user communication from a browser is for the address of the resource to be resolved to a specific location. This is how all traffic on the internet is routed. First the browser (your Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Safari etc) requests a resource by its common name (the website address) after you type in the domain name into your browser, click on a search result in a search engine, click on a bookmarked link, or follow a link from another website. Usually that address is human-readable, like a domain name and page name. Your browser then connects to a resource held by your Internet Service Provider (a “DNS” record) that determines where the resource location is that this name refers to, which is translated into an IP address and page name. The IP address locates the exact server that the website is hosted on, and then the name re-translated back into a specific website on that hosting server. The server then responds with a result. If there is no matching page at the requested location, the normal result is to get a 404 error in the browser, but when the mechanisms in the website are not working properly it may not respond as expected. This can render a blank page in the browser.
The blank page means the website did signal back to your browser, but hasn’t been able to send the code that renders the page. A blank page response is usually a fault with the website installation, not the hosting server….