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FrontPage Corrupted Website?
FP2000 - Win98se
br549




msg:937207
 11:26 pm on Mar 3, 2003 (gmt 0)

When I try to apply a theme (To all Pages) or drag a file into navigation view, frontpage locks up. Also, when publishing to my host, it never finishes processing web updates, just hangs at the end after the files are uploaded. It acts as if my website is corrupted. Tried reinstalling FP and that didn't help. I also installed FP on another computer, with the same results. Any ideas?
Thanks

 

bill




msg:937208
 5:06 am on Mar 4, 2003 (gmt 0)

Welcome to WebmasterWorld br549.

That sounds like you need to reinstall the FrontPage server extensions on the server. Your local copy of FP probably isn't to blame.

br549




msg:937209
 5:32 am on Mar 4, 2003 (gmt 0)

Thanks

europeforvisitors




msg:937210
 2:57 am on Mar 5, 2003 (gmt 0)

Also, when publishing to my host, it never finishes processing web updates, just hangs at the end after the files are uploaded.

This can happen if you have a very large number of pages (say, a couple of thousand) in your Web. It doesn't really affect anything; just click "OK" and let the dialogue box close.

To avoid the frozen "procecssing updates" box while allowing faster global saves and publishing, limit Webs to 500 pages or so. You can do this by converting folders to subwebs.

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