> >I have developed an asp file under Frontpage 98, and my web server is
> >using IIS3.0.
> >When I upload this asp page to the server, it works very fine. And,
> >I modify this asp file and upload again. When I browse it, it still
> >comes out the old version - the page before modified. I really don't
> >know why?? I have already done the following :
../////Well. Assuming thata) you are sure that when modifying this page you
aparently did not assign it another URL ;)
b) you whole web is in Frontpage :-( (if not, then I do not know)
so to answer your question I need to know, how do you modify this FP web -
by editing local copy and then uploading via "publish changed pages", or
rather by opening real web on the server to your Frontpage.
I mean, FP is known to have uploading problem and sometimes it may be
sopecifil URL that screws up.
But if you use latter, i. e. you open your live server in your Frontpage,
enter that page file and change it, and press save - from this moment it
should refresh in any browser in its new shape. Even if you usually work as
editing local web and re-publishing, this method may be used eventually for
solving this file problem.
If it does not help and you are sure that it is not your local proxy server
to blame (say, it has temp connection problems and shows everything cached
to everyone), the only last way is to open this file 'live' in the server
via FP, create its copy with FP, note the URL of a copy file? make sure new
file is really new as you want it to be, and see via browser (by simply
typing) if it will show right. You must agree that if you send browser to
new URL browser will HAVE to load it. Here, you will see who is it to blame.
If it helps, forget everything and change all the links to its new URL, and
delete that unhappy-changed copy when safe.
> >1. I reflesh and reload the page in the browser, it still came out
> >the old page
> >2. I use one machine that has never called this page before, and
> >browse it, still the old page
> >3. I check the content of this asp page in the www server using
> >Notepad, the content is absolutely new.
> >4. This is the strangest thing. As I am very hungry, I delete the
> >whole web file in the www server, and also in IIS Manager, I delete
> >all the virtual directory and home directory pointed to this web page.
> >And also restart the server.
> >When I called this page again from any browser, Oh God, the same page
> >comes up again. I press reflesh, it still exists. WHY!!! WHY !!!
> >WHY!!! Why ist still exist?????
> >Could you pls tell me what have I done wrong? I don't want to be fired
> >by my boss.
> Real men code HTML in the raw!