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Intranet site loses navigation bars when I publish it.

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I have an Intranet site in Frontpage 2003. Everything is working fine when previewing in browser, all the pages display correctly.   But when I publish it to my server some but not all pages lose all the navigation bars and only see the text.  Then if I go to the site live on the server, open the page and save it the navigation bars re-appear.

If anyone has any ideas on what is causing this or even better how to fix it, if you could let me know it would be much appreciated.
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Are you running the same FP Server Extensions version in both places?

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by:celder9
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Yes, in fact I just reinstalled the same FP Server Extensions on both the server (windows 2000) and my pc (windows xp).
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Make sure you publish the _themes directory when you publish. Try just coping the directory to make sure all the files are the same. What it sounds like to me is that it needs to reconnect to the associated files prior to displaying correctly. When you open and save then the reconnect occurs.

Also you may try publishing everything vice the standard changed pages only.

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