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May 11, 2020

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I made updates to my site which was originally created in Muse, I update it in Muse then upload the files to the server using Dreamweaver.  My Index page looked good when I previewed in Chrome but when I look at it online it shows only a solid color and nothing else.  I cleaned the html in Dreamweaver.  Any ideas on where to look for the problem?

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I made updates to my site which was originally created in Muse, I update it in Muse then upload the files to the server using Dreamweaver.  My Index page looked good when I previewed in Chrome but when I look at it online it shows only a solid color and nothing else.  I cleaned the html in Dreamweaver.  Any ideas on where to look for the problem?

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1. Is all uploaded to the correct location

2. Have you cleared the browser cache

 


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May 12, 2020

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Can you post a link to the page? It's possible when the HTML was cleaned up something went wrong and needs to be corrected.

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May 12, 2020

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Hello,
please have a look at all these entries, starting with file:///. These pathes to your files are pointing to your hard drive, which nobody can see except you.

 

After that - as Ben_M already said -  send us the link to your website, so that we could find some other "culprits" if still necessary.


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Did you upload everything from the Assets folder to your remote server?

 

Can you expand your Files Panel (F8) to show Remote server and Local Files side-by-side?   The structure and time/date stamps should be nearly identical.   See screenshot.

 

Expanded Files PanelExpanded Files Panel

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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