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FrontPage Extensions - Checking

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tloomos, Feb 9, 2003.

  1. tloomos

    tloomos Member

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    I installed FrontPage extensions for one of my sites and I thought everything was working fine since I was able to publish my sites via FrontPage. However, when I preview the site, it doesn't show any of the shared borders (a feature that FP extensions should enable).

    I'm using FrontPage 2000 and here are the results from the Extensions install/reinstall:

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    Attempting to install FrontPage extenstions ......

    Frontpage 5 installer loaded ok..
    Scanning httpd.conf.Done
    Removing .htaccess files
    Note: Local version of Apache must use the FrontPage Apache patch.
    Starting install, port: www.xxxxxx.com.

    Creating web http://www.xxxxxx.com.
    Chowning Content in service /.
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    .......
    Install completed.

    Starting chown, port: 80, web: &/&.

    DocumentRoot: &/home/xxxxxx/public_html&
    Searching for domains without mail extensions...

    Checking again to ensure all domains have been updated.....
    Searching for domains without mail extensions...


    Search Complete! All domains now have frontpage mail!
    Setting Password

    Frontpage extensions are currently: installed

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    Any ideas what might be wrong?
     
  2. FijianTribe

    FijianTribe Well-Known Member

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    A lot of the features you may want to use in Front Page will not work if you edit the site on your hard drive and then publish it to a site. Best thing to do in my opinion is to open the site directly and edit the files, then save your work and things magically work. This is true for forms at least.
     
  3. SprintSlash

    SprintSlash Well-Known Member

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    Shared border.. I think those files are in _private folder. Make sure there are files there.. and I'm not sure.. but I think the html files need to have .shtml extensions on them.
     
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