sub web broken link


G

Guest

Using Frontpage 2002, have a subweb with 5 pages linked to the subweb for
employees only restricted site.
The page is showing up in the navigation, and in the folder list, but the
link is broken.
I have done repair hyperlinks. republished website and still can't see ;the
pages.
When you open the website, the link bar is missing and the web pages aren/t
being shown to the public.
go to edit the frontpage and you can see the pages.

Is there a easy way to fix the problem. When I republish the site get a
warning at the end : Server error: cannot create folder_ vti_cnf

Please help. don't have a recent backup.
website.....www.rainbowcenterforchildren.org
 
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R

Rob Giordano \(Crash\)

Site looks ok from here. The page transitions are annoying but thats jmo.

Where's the subweb at?



| Using Frontpage 2002, have a subweb with 5 pages linked to the subweb for
| employees only restricted site.
| The page is showing up in the navigation, and in the folder list, but the
| link is broken.
| I have done repair hyperlinks. republished website and still can't see
;the
| pages.
| When you open the website, the link bar is missing and the web pages
aren/t
| being shown to the public.
| go to edit the frontpage and you can see the pages.
|
| Is there a easy way to fix the problem. When I republish the site get a
| warning at the end : Server error: cannot create folder_ vti_cnf
|
| Please help. don't have a recent backup.
| website.....www.rainbowcenterforchildren.org
|
|
|
|
 
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T

Thomas A. Rowe

FP Navigation components do not work outside of the web they were created in.

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Thomas A. Rowe
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage

http://www.Ecom-Data.com
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