bouncybunny - 10:41 pm on Dec 20, 2011 (gmt 0)
I have no idea if this is being posted in the right part of the forum, because Iíve no idea what is causing it. But Iím assuming that it is a technology issue. Anyway, here goes...
We have moved a static website (plain html files) from one IIS server, to another. So far, everything seems fine... apart from the following.
As part of the testing process, automated link checkers appear to be getting caught up in a loop over a whole series of urls. All of these take the form of this;
And so on...
Then also within certain directories, e.g:
And so on and so on...
The filename.html (and other pages) are real pages, but obviously they only appear in one place - not in a sub-directory called Ď1í. In fact there isnít a subdirectory called Ď1í.
We have checked the whole site and cannot locate a root for this issue - rogue link or otherwise. There is certainly no link pointing towards a directory with /1/ in the URL.
Any ideas, suggestions as to where I might look would be most welcome. Thanks.