Webpage showing as blank no matter what I do

Hi,

I am working on a website http://www.eastonphotos.com that was recently compromised.  I deleted the site and installed everything from a backup.  The problem was it was an older backup and some items are having to be recreated from scratch.  One page in particular http://www.eastonphotos.com/events2.php is showing up blank even though it has a lot of code on it.  I tried to copy an  existing working page content while deleting the original content, I tried making a completely different page with a different name from scratch and no matter what I do it shows as blank.  Firefox webmaster tools show the generated code as blank.  

I am including a copy of the page in code, with paths changed any thoughts?

Keep in mind the same code on another page works flawlessly.
rjbigday.php
BrainstormpcAsked:
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Peter HartCommented:
****URGENT THE LINK YOU HAVE IS INFECTED *****

when I try to visit this site Google stops me and says that site is infected.

the message is:

What is the current listing status for eastonphotos.com?
Site is listed as suspicious - visiting this web site may harm your computer.

Part of this site was listed for suspicious activity 2 time(s) over the past 90 days.

What happened when Google visited this site?
Of the 1 pages we tested on the site over the past 90 days, 1 page(s) resulted in malicious software being downloaded and installed without user consent. The last time Google visited this site was on 2013-09-12, and the last time suspicious content was found on this site was on 2013-09-12.
This site was hosted on 1 network(s) including AS36351 (SOFTLAYER).
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GaryCommented:
It looks like the page that is being loaded is not the page you have attached.
Are you sure have updated the correct page? Are there any redirects going on or routing?
Do you know FF is still reporting you as an attack site?
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BrainstormpcAuthor Commented:
Yes I am sure i changed the name of the file but it is the same page.  There are no redirects.  Yes currently FF has it reported as an attack site.
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BrainstormpcAuthor Commented:
The site is NOT infected any longer I deleted the site and restored from an old backup.  Google actually has it listed as an attack site and I am waiting for them to review it.  
the domain http://www.eastonphotos.com is considered clean right now the domain http://eastonphotos.com is clean but is currently listed as an attack site I posted that in my original post.
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Peter HartCommented:
well thinking about it theoretically (as I'm not going look directly in until the warning goes)

1) it may be a clash or missing javascript files

2) or depending on what CMS it is you may have a plugin missing

3) or you may have trip characters in the content of the page that are failing due to missing code. in this case check the content of the blank page for characters like "{" and "}" and remove
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BrainstormpcAuthor Commented:
I appreciate your ideas.  But I don't have a CMS installed, I copied a working page into the non working one and it still didn't work.  Currently I built an entirely new page and named it differently and it still appears as blank.  I appreciate your time and thoughts on this matter.
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GaryCommented:
Try a blank page without any includes (just some basic html) - does it still show as blank?
If not then maybe something in the included php files.
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Peter HartCommented:
I can view the site in IE without a any warnings - good old IE. :-)

I would
rename events2.php to something.php and make a copy of events.php to events2.php
then rename something.php to events.php
then see what happens  you should get the events appearing on opposite menu links.
if that doesn't work then it isn't being uploaded  to the website correctly.

can you post the code to events.php so I can compare to the events2.php?
also what about  the code
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BrainstormpcAuthor Commented:
Hi That didn't work.  What is my next step?
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BrainstormpcAuthor Commented:
Sorry here is a little more detail.  events.php showed up blank and events 2 worked just fine.  I also noticed that some of the images I uploaded are only half there.  Could this
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BrainstormpcAuthor Commented:
The truly strange thing is I have copied the image files from my webserver back to my computer and they are intact and in perfect working order they just don't work on the web server.  I don't know why some do and some don't If it were all one way or the other it would make more sense to me.
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BrainstormpcAuthor Commented:
Ok I have the image issue fixed.  I updated filezilla and reuploaded the images I have then cleared the browser cache, and it seems to be working.  However the blank page issue is exactly the same.
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BrainstormpcAuthor Commented:
Ok I just installed xampp to test this on my computer and it works perfectly.  Could the upload be being disrupted some how?
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BrainstormpcAuthor Commented:
I tried uploading the files to another website using the same programs and computer and they worked there.  I suspect a problem with the web host and submitted a support request for them to look into it.
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Peter HartCommented:
that's good -  as I thought the copying of the files upload is corrupting the files. sounds like you have the solution - its not uploading correctly.
try uploading one file at a time?
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BrainstormpcAuthor Commented:
I am an idiot,  the web host let know that the quota was full as far as the data on the website
mostly because the site owner has never checked the email account.  Once I cleared the junk mail the files uploaded.  Thank you for all your help I really appreciate it.  Without your help I don't think I would have narrowed it down.  Thanks again.
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BrainstormpcAuthor Commented:
Thanks for all your work I really appreciate it.
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