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Classical ASP Pages coding changed..

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I have a website that uses classical ASP. I am using localhost, and originally the pages were developed using MS Visual InterDev - ASP 3.0
I wanted to look at some of the coding in a page and the original coding is gone and in it's place is all these vti_ statements..
Can someone tell me what has happened and how to fix it ??
Here's an example below:

vti_encoding:SR|utf8-nl
vti_timelastmodified:TR|16 Dec 2003 14:39:42 -0000

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Thank you David for responding and I do apologize for the delay in responding.
Our IP provider has been overwhelmed with traffic.
Frontpage !! Yes, indeed, a very old technology now. Never used it, but aware of it at the time.
Fortunately, I found, buried in the archives, the copy that I was seeking which matches date-wise. Whew !!

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Thank you once again for responding and being patience in awaiting a response for me.
Be safe now.
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