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Hey there, welcome to the Atlassian Community!
We support Atlassian products like Jira, Bitbucket, and Sourcetree. Is the problem with your webpage related to one of those (or another Atlassian product)?
If it's something else, we can try to help too. What service/software are you using to deploy your webpage and do you get a specific error message when you try to go through your normal routine?
Daniel | Atlassian Support
Without an error message to diagnose, this is mostly an educated guess - but based on your observation of it being the end of June, I'd guess there's something trying to use an account password for you instead of an API token.
For Bitbucket and Jira/Confluence Cloud, any place that would have asked for your password (like Sourcetree or using an API call to make changes) should be using an API token instead. These go in the same place your password would in any programs/scripts that are trying to connect to Bitbucket. We've got an article explaining how this works here, but also I've copied the steps:
Create an API token from your Atlassian account:
Try switching that out wherever you're trying to publish your webpage from and see if that patches it up!