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FrontPage suddenly not working, help =(

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by HostRod, Jul 13, 2003.

  1. HostRod

    HostRod Member

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    Hello everyone, I am hoping that one of you have had this same problem. Today, after (cPanel) did the mandatory update I noticed that my FrontPage icon in my web browser was no longer working. I thought that it was odd at first. However, I can not edit any page anywhere on the web using the icon at the top of the browser nor can I click File > Edit. It is simply disabled. At first I thought it was server related, but because it seems to be a local problem as when I boot under my other system it works perfect and also on a different PC.

    I have since, Uninstalled and Reinstalled the following software to no avail: IE 6.0 - Microsoft Office XP including FrontPage 2002, and Norton Anti Virus and Norton Internet Security. I have also booted between each change.

    I am hoping someone out there has faced this same problem and knows how to resolve it. Please review this picture to see what I am taking about. Very Strange little problem. I will continue to read the boards and the MSN help area while I wait to see if anyone has a fix. If I find one I will post it.

    http://www.hostrod.com/frontpage.gif


    Thanks everyone,

    Chris

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  2. Stefaans

    Stefaans Well-Known Member

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    Is guessing allowed on the Forums? :D

    My guess: Open IE and do Tools / Internet Options. On the Programs tab see if Microsoft Frontpage is still listed as your HTML Editor.

    Good luck HostRod.

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    Thanks Stefaans. However that wanst it.

    After serious reading and searching it was as basic as empty your web cache, temp files and cookies.

    B . I . N . G . O


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