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FP 2003 error, Urgent!!!

I have a folder name "website" in the D drive for all my website works. Some thing really wrong recently and I don't know how I got there.

When I click on the FP 2003 short cut on the desktop to open FP, on the right panel under "OPEN" I see two "website" links.

One says D:\\website
The other syas D\website

Without noticing it, I recently opened, worked, saved the D:\\website folder. As the result the last couple pages got built and published incorrectly.

Every file under D:\\website I preview I receive the error message saying something like "the location and the file are not available, make sure the path is correct."
I could work and save on this folder but I can't preview it.

The D:\website allows me to preview and to be working fine but when I publish the page, I publish whatever I did in the D:\\website folder.

I don't know if this makes sense to you, please ask if it doesn't. This is 500 point question.
Thanks,


Andy
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andytle
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bigbillydotcomCommented:
copy all files you want to a new folder on the d drive
and then work on them from there
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nprignanoCommented:
just make sure you open the right site - then when you publish you will publish what you intend to publish.  i would follow bigbilly's suggestion though and create a new folder to work with in order to avoid this confusion in the future.


nprignano
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andytleAuthor Commented:
I did all you told me to, but the site is still published incorrectly. It still has all the mistakes I made previously.


Andy
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nprignanoCommented:
reinstall the server extensions on the server and reinstall FP on your PC.


nprignano
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andytleAuthor Commented:
That does it. Very good! Thanks. I will honor points to both of you.


Andy
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nprignanoCommented:
hey, next time, if the solution worked you should award us an A. it makes a difference.

usually you would award a B if the solution pointed you in the right directionm but if the solution worked as it did above, then those providing the solution deserve full credit for that solution.


but glad the solution worked for you and the problem is resolved, none-the-less.

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