Disaster (to me, that is)

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Charles W Davis

This evening I published an update to my Computer Club's web site. This was
the first time since I had bought this computer three weeks ago. Two weeks
ago, I published the site from the server to My Webs folder. As things
started across the way, I noticed that the Stats were being published also.
I stopped the publishing and attempted to set the Stats folder to "Don't
Publish" as they would only reduce the stats to two weeks ago. My "solution"
was to delete the Stats folder from the site on my computer. Then Published
the site.

Here is the result. I have tried the following to correct the situation.

1. I uninstalled the FrontPage Server Extensions.
2. I installed the extensions.
3. I have the source for the text that should be on the page. I have opened
the home page and looked at it in source view. Then I replaced everything
between the body tags. The result is once again the same, even though I
haven't published again.

Any thoughts?
 
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Charles W Davis

Charles W Davis said:
This evening I published an update to my Computer Club's web site. This
was the first time since I had bought this computer three weeks ago. Two
weeks ago, I published the site from the server to My Webs folder. As
things started across the way, I noticed that the Stats were being
published also. I stopped the publishing and attempted to set the Stats
folder to "Don't Publish" as they would only reduce the stats to two weeks
ago. My "solution" was to delete the Stats folder from the site on my
computer. Then Published the site.

Here is the result. I have tried the following to correct the situation.

1. I uninstalled the FrontPage Server Extensions.
2. I installed the extensions.
3. I have the source for the text that should be on the page. I have
opened the home page and looked at it in source view. Then I replaced
everything between the body tags. The result is once again the same, even
though I haven't published again.

Any thoughts?

The site is: http://www.myscacc.org/
 
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Stefan B Rusynko

Have your host repair the site by reinstalling the stats folder
- then open the online site and convert the stats folder to a FP subweb
(or have your host do it for your)

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SBR @ ENJOY (-: [ Microsoft MVP - FrontPage ]
"Warning - Using the F1 Key will not break anything!" (-;
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|
| | > This evening I published an update to my Computer Club's web site. This
| > was the first time since I had bought this computer three weeks ago. Two
| > weeks ago, I published the site from the server to My Webs folder. As
| > things started across the way, I noticed that the Stats were being
| > published also. I stopped the publishing and attempted to set the Stats
| > folder to "Don't Publish" as they would only reduce the stats to two weeks
| > ago. My "solution" was to delete the Stats folder from the site on my
| > computer. Then Published the site.
| >
| > Here is the result. I have tried the following to correct the situation.
| >
| > 1. I uninstalled the FrontPage Server Extensions.
| > 2. I installed the extensions.
| > 3. I have the source for the text that should be on the page. I have
| > opened the home page and looked at it in source view. Then I replaced
| > everything between the body tags. The result is once again the same, even
| > though I haven't published again.
| >
| > Any thoughts?
|
| The site is: http://www.myscacc.org/
|
 
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Charles W Davis

Stefan,

The Host company restored to a previous date. The problem appears to be on
my computer. I renamed the Index.htm to IndexOLD.htm. Opened a new blank
page. When I click on Save As, the inserted file name was index.htm. The
page has now been linked to the pages in the site as they were originally.
However, I can't establish the shared borders - the option is greyed out.
What now?
 
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