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I set up a web site for my little girl a week before she was born last October. I am using Frontpage XP to make the site and hosting at MYHOSTING.COM. I've made roughly 30 successful uploads with Frontpage XP but have recently started getting an error message during that process. At some point (seems to be random to me thus far) I get the following message when trying to use the "Publish Web" button from the toolbar. This is how I had been uploading the site since I first published it several months ago.

The error message is this: 500 'T': command not understood. :tazz:

I have since been uploading with an FTP shortcut folder I have on my desktop. The problem with that is I have trouble remembering what I have updated so I just upload the whole site each time I make updates. This, of course, takes a long time to do. I'd love to get my FP publisher to work again so I can upload only those pages which have been updated since the last upload.

If you don't know how to fix this, who do you think I should contact.....Microsoft or MYHOSTING.COM?

Any and all information will be greatly appreciated.
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