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Nov 19, 2017

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HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found

The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.

Most likely causes:

  • The directory or file specified does not exist on the Web server.
  • The URL contains a typographical error.
  • A custom filter or module, such as URLScan, restricts access to the file.

Things you can try:

  • Create the content on the Web server.
  • Review the browser URL.
  • Create a tracing rule to track failed requests for this HTTP status code and see which module is calling SetStatus. For more information about creating a tracing rule for failed requests, click here.

 

Detailed Error Information:

Module   IIS Web Core
Notification   MapRequestHandler
Handler   StaticFile
Error Code   0x80070002

Requested URL   http://www.vernonbridge.com:80/nov2017.htm
Physical Path   E:\kunden\homepages\12\d295541135\www\nov2017.htm
Logon Method   Anonymous
Logon User   Anonymous
Request Tracing Directory   faultRequestLogPath

 

More Information:

This error means that the file or directory does not exist on the server. Create the file or directory and try the request again.

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Lost link to new htm files

Community Beginner ,
Nov 19, 2017

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HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found

The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.

Most likely causes:

  • The directory or file specified does not exist on the Web server.
  • The URL contains a typographical error.
  • A custom filter or module, such as URLScan, restricts access to the file.

Things you can try:

  • Create the content on the Web server.
  • Review the browser URL.
  • Create a tracing rule to track failed requests for this HTTP status code and see which module is calling SetStatus. For more information about creating a tracing rule for failed requests, click here.

 

Detailed Error Information:

Module   IIS Web Core
Notification   MapRequestHandler
Handler   StaticFile
Error Code   0x80070002

Requested URL   http://www.vernonbridge.com:80/nov2017.htm
Physical Path   E:\kunden\homepages\12\d295541135\www\nov2017.htm
Logon Method   Anonymous
Logon User   Anonymous
Request Tracing Directory   faultRequestLogPath

 

More Information:

This error means that the file or directory does not exist on the server. Create the file or directory and try the request again.

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The error says exactly what the problem is.

The file doesn't exist. Be sure that you have uploaded to the file to root directory of your site. If you have uploaded it to a different folder you need to have that folder in the address as well.

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Thank you for your reply Brad. I am not sure how to upload to the root directory. I just created the htm file and uploaded it with my calendar. I am not very good at this. just following the steps that were given to me. can you help me further as to get to the root directory of my site?

Ollie

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Are you working in a defined local site folder?  That's a critical 1st step for working with Dreamweaver.

Go to Site > New Site and enter a site name that makes sense to you.

CC-localsite.jpg

Go to Servers and enter your site FTP log -in credentials and root directory.  If unsure what to use here, contact your hosting provider.

CC-RootFolder.jpg

Finally, expand your Files Panel and connect to your server.  Ideally, your remote server and local files folder should be nearly identical.   Check to see that your files are the same on both sides.

CC-FilesPanel-expanded.jpg

Post back if you have any questions.

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web.com

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Hi Nancy,

Yes I am working in a defined local site folder. When I go the New Site and enter a site name that makes sense to me is that the name I have to use or is it just temporary so I can get my files in my root folder and then open as my regular site name? I know my credentials but is my root directory my url? And in the local information part do I make my links relevant to documents (as I have now) or do I make my links relevant to Site Root?

Thanks for any assistance

Ollie

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Hi Preran,

I have followed Nancy’s instructions and find that I do not have a root directory on either my old site or the new site that I am establishing. Should I just use the public_html/ ? otherwise everything seems to be okay up to this point.

Thanks,

Ollie

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Root directory varies by hosting plan.  If unsure what yours is,  ask your hosting provider.

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web.com

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Thanks Nancy. We have never had a root directory. Do we need one?

Ollie

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Only if your hosting plan requires you to use one.

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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