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How do i restore my webpage


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indyagent

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Hello,

I use frontpage 2003 to publish my webpages and i use go daddy for my hosting.

The problem is that i had a windows crash and had to format the drive. in doing so i lost everything including the web files.

i was able to go online to the ftp site and download all the files to my computer.

how can i republish the webpage

i put all the ftp files into a web file in the mywebs folder and when i try to publish them i get errors.

i cant see the navagation with the files i got offline so im lost

any suggestion please??

Thank you

Randy
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carelwen

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Hello,

I use frontpage 2003 to publish my webpages and i use go daddy for my hosting.

The problem is that i had a windows crash and had to format the drive. in doing so i lost everything including the web files.

i was able to go online to the ftp site and download all the files to my computer.

how can i republish the webpage

i put all the ftp files into a web file in the mywebs folder and when i try to publish them i get errors.

i cant see the navagation with the files i got offline so im lost

any suggestion please??

Thank you

Randy


your windows crash or windows system crash?
maybe after you created your web files,you have been forgetted to save your web files to your computer.
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ricangeek

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I' don't know if this website can help your situation but its the best for quick posting of files to FTP:
www.web2ftp.com
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