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    Uploading from Frontpage (2000)

    I have been uploading the web site for a couple of years with no problem. We now have two people working on it and the other person was from time to time getting this message and now I am as well. It come right at the end of the upload. Everything excpet the titles in the banners seem to work. I have tries checking pernissions but that is greyed out .
    The message is ?An error occured accessing you Front page Web Files. Authors- If authorig against a web server, please contact the webmaster for this servers site. Webmasters- check the log.
    Can anyone give any ideas what is wrong?

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    Re: Uploading from Frontpage (2000)

    Have you talked to your ISP about this error?

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    Re: Uploading from Frontpage (2000)

    You're not using Win NT or 2k and have changed your Group or User properties have you? Make sure you still have full administrator status.

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    Re: Uploading from Frontpage (2000)

    Thnak you.. yes I have logged a question with them. I think that problem may be that we uploaded some files by FTP and now Frontage will not fully upload

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    Re: Uploading from Frontpage (2000)

    Thnak you.. I will check, I had to clear my profile and put bac on the computer.. this may be part of the problem.

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    Re: Uploading from Frontpage (2000)

    let us know - what your solution turns out to be!


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    Re: Uploading from Frontpage (2000)

    The Isp says that we are getting to the size that Frontpage has difficulty in coping with and that perhaps we should look at using Dreamweaver or another product. I resolved the problem for now by removing fronpage extensions and reloading them on the server and by uploading the whole web site each time rather than just changed pages

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    Re: Uploading from Frontpage (2000)

    You don't need to buy another product (I love this kind of "helpful" advice from tech support <img src=/S/sarcasm.gif border=0 alt=sarcasm width=15 height=15> - yeah buy new software 'cause I don't understand what you have) - sorry just drifting into general irritation. What you want is an FP solution. If the web is too big - FrontPage allows you to create multiple "subwebs". The user will access the subweb through a subdirectory. So if you you had http://mydomain.ca they will access the content through http://mydomain.ca/subwebname. Just divide your content logically.
    What is the limit on the number of subwebs you ask? Just limited by the server.

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