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We created our Web Site in 2010 and the Designer then used .ASP files ...

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Jul 09, 2021 Jul 09, 2021

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We updated and went to Subcription updates and now  on the local site we can include a link but

does not show up on Remote... We are getting 400.00 problem can't find whatever.   Contacted support he did not ohave an answer...   What do we do to fix or can we convert the files??  I am lost and what to do.

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We designed the Web site in 2010 and worked up until we update dd

to a subscription in April...  Everything worked up until this week.

Rube

 

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I don't understand this remark.

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... and worked up until we updated to a subscription in April...  Everything worked up until this week.


By @Ruebenn

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Did the site work in April?  Dreamweaver CC is just a code editor.  Updating to a newer code editor doesn't change your code.

 

Did you define your local site folder in DW?

Is your code valid and free of errors?

 

Please be specific.  What about the site doesn't work? 

What has changed since last week -- on your computer, your site and your server?

 

Nancy O'Shea— Product User, Community Expert & Moderator
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Files were developed in .ASP format.

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Unfortunately this has little to do with Dreamweaver and probably more to do with the script that your old developer wrote. 400 errors are server errors probably an issue in your script(s).  If you are unfamiliar with ASP, then it might be a good idea to re-evaluate what type of platform you want for your site moving forward.  If you want to continue ASP, there are ASP developers who can help you and troubleshoot your site. However, there are not many ASP developers here anymore since support was discontinued years ago and most of those developers are using Visual Studio now.

 

 

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Yes,  It was a 404. HTTP Error...in live code the link shows  up but does not publish.  .Format is . ASP   ?

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The Link show up in live  mode but does not publish.   The error code is HTTP 404.00

It was written in.ASP code ...  Is they any way to transsfer it to HTML code etc.  or can I do a page at a time?

How can I get in touch with a ASP publisher if that's the problem.?

 

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1. What's the URL to your problem page?

 

2. 404 error = file not found on server.  I ask again, did you upload files to the proper root directory on your server?

 

3. No you cannot convert ASP scripts to HTML.  You would lose all site functionality if you did.

 

4. Ask the Visual Studio community.  That's where ASP scripters live.

 

Nancy O'Shea— Product User, Community Expert & Moderator
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We are getting 400 problem, can't find whatever.  

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Did you upload files to the correct root directory on your server? See screenshot below.

I think most Windows hosts use a root directory of htdocs or html.   If unsure, please ask your hosting provider.

 

Site > Manage Sites, Server, Root DirectorySite > Manage Sites, Server, Root Directory

 

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