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  • Published Page not what I published - master page

    Using Expression Web 2 and Visual Studio 2008, I published to my server a default.html page linked to an master page. I viewed my local page in a browser using local host and then I viewed the just published remote page via my browser on the web. The two are not the same.

    The one that persists on the remote site looks like an earlier version I published a couple of weeks ago.

    I used Expression web to delete the site (all the files: default.html, master page, etc.) from the remote server. And republished it again. Same thing. I've done this twice. Same thing.

    Some of the words on the remote page I cannot find on the local pages which are supposedly the source!

    Does anyone know of any secret or server issue that could be doing this to me?


    Jim B.

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    Re: Published Page not what I published - master page

    We did discuss your situation internally and decided that for the fastest resolution, you should contact our Customer Support Department directly instead of going back and forth on this forum. Please visit this page for our support numbers.

    Thank you,