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#1: Making FrontPage work with PHP applications

Posted on 2006-10-18 13:54:30 by Cliff Lewis

My web host (godaddy) offers PHP applications such as the Gallery
photo album. I set it up independently from my FrontPage web, and it
worked fine. But when I updated my web and published it, I started
getting error messages when I log in to Gallery and try to add or edit
photos.

The error messages say that files or directories are not found, or
that permissions have been changed.

Godaddy says they cannot help because FrontPage is causing the
problem. I am pretty much a novice with FrontPage, so I have no idea
what the problem could be. What do I need to do to get FrontPage to
work with this application?

Using FrontPage 2000 4.0.2.2717, Windows XP Professional
web site: www.suburbanskiclub.org
Linux operating system on host
Gallery 2.1.2, http://gallery.menalto.com/

Thanks,
Cliff Lewis

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#2: Re: Making FrontPage work with PHP applications

Posted on 2006-10-19 10:57:46 by Stefan B Rusynko

FP & the FP SE manages permission on the site (and for subwebs in the site independently)
- use of any host tools to manage the site pages or folders (especially ones that affect permissions) will break the FP SE

Have your host reinstall the FP SE and run a server health /permissions check on the FP SE
Then open your site in FP and create a folder for your host server PHP app
- copy or move the page you need (if any) into that folder
- in FP convert that folder to a FP subweb
Never open that Subweb in FP and always Publish to your root web Not Including subweb

Then go to your host tools to add the special host applications content to That folder ONLY
- you will need to access that folder only thru host tools or FTP in the future for any changes

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_____________________________________________
SBR @ ENJOY (-: [ Microsoft MVP - FrontPage ]
"Warning - Using the F1 Key will not break anything!" (-;
To find the best Newsgroup for FrontPage support see:
http://www.frontpagemvps.com/FrontPageNewsGroups/tabid/53/De fault.aspx
_____________________________________________


"Cliff Lewis" <clewis@gwis.com> wrote in message news:h7sbj2h1fveio2dribofvd8u3a2pj03733@4ax.com...
| My web host (godaddy) offers PHP applications such as the Gallery
| photo album. I set it up independently from my FrontPage web, and it
| worked fine. But when I updated my web and published it, I started
| getting error messages when I log in to Gallery and try to add or edit
| photos.
|
| The error messages say that files or directories are not found, or
| that permissions have been changed.
|
| Godaddy says they cannot help because FrontPage is causing the
| problem. I am pretty much a novice with FrontPage, so I have no idea
| what the problem could be. What do I need to do to get FrontPage to
| work with this application?
|
| Using FrontPage 2000 4.0.2.2717, Windows XP Professional
| web site: www.suburbanskiclub.org
| Linux operating system on host
| Gallery 2.1.2, http://gallery.menalto.com/
|
| Thanks,
| Cliff Lewis

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#3: Re: Making FrontPage work with PHP applications

Posted on 2006-11-17 20:51:19 by Cliff Lewis

I am still having trouble with this. If I understand you correctly,
the idea is to put a dummy folder in my FP web, with the same name as
the folder where the PHP app is installed on the host server. By
making it a subweb, it tells FP to leave it alone. Is there more to it
than that?

Thanks,
Cliff Lewis



On Thu, 19 Oct 2006 04:57:46 -0400, "Stefan B Rusynko"
<sbr_enjoy@hotmail.com> wrote:

>FP & the FP SE manages permission on the site (and for subwebs in the site independently)
>- use of any host tools to manage the site pages or folders (especially ones that affect permissions) will break the FP SE
>
>Have your host reinstall the FP SE and run a server health /permissions check on the FP SE
>Then open your site in FP and create a folder for your host server PHP app
>- copy or move the page you need (if any) into that folder
>- in FP convert that folder to a FP subweb
>Never open that Subweb in FP and always Publish to your root web Not Including subweb
>
>Then go to your host tools to add the special host applications content to That folder ONLY
>- you will need to access that folder only thru host tools or FTP in the future for any changes

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#4: Re: Making FrontPage work with PHP applications

Posted on 2006-11-18 10:29:04 by Stefan B Rusynko

That's it


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_____________________________________________
SBR @ ENJOY (-: [ Microsoft MVP - FrontPage ]
"Warning - Using the F1 Key will not break anything!" (-;
To find the best Newsgroup for FrontPage support see:
http://www.frontpagemvps.com/FrontPageNewsGroups/tabid/53/De fault.aspx
_____________________________________________


"Cliff Lewis" <clewis@gwis.com> wrote in message news:j74sl21aiaj2rqldb35f73nd2i0n0kk1sj@4ax.com...
|I am still having trouble with this. If I understand you correctly,
| the idea is to put a dummy folder in my FP web, with the same name as
| the folder where the PHP app is installed on the host server. By
| making it a subweb, it tells FP to leave it alone. Is there more to it
| than that?
|
| Thanks,
| Cliff Lewis
|
|
|
| On Thu, 19 Oct 2006 04:57:46 -0400, "Stefan B Rusynko"
| <sbr_enjoy@hotmail.com> wrote:
|
| >FP & the FP SE manages permission on the site (and for subwebs in the site independently)
| >- use of any host tools to manage the site pages or folders (especially ones that affect permissions) will break the FP SE
| >
| >Have your host reinstall the FP SE and run a server health /permissions check on the FP SE
| >Then open your site in FP and create a folder for your host server PHP app
| >- copy or move the page you need (if any) into that folder
| >- in FP convert that folder to a FP subweb
| >Never open that Subweb in FP and always Publish to your root web Not Including subweb
| >
| >Then go to your host tools to add the special host applications content to That folder ONLY
| >- you will need to access that folder only thru host tools or FTP in the future for any changes

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#5: Re: Making FrontPage work with PHP applications

Posted on 2007-01-04 21:40:06 by Cliff Lewis

I finally got around to looking at what is happening here. It is not
just a matter of permissions. When I publish with FrontPage, the
files for the PHP app are deleted. It does this even though I have
created a folder in FP with the same name, converted it to a web, and
chosen the FP option not to publish subwebs.

Is there anything else I need to do to prevent the files from being
deleted?

Thanks,
Cliff Lewis

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#6: Re: Making FrontPage work with PHP applications

Posted on 2007-01-05 10:13:31 by Stefan B Rusynko

In the Publish options did you turn OFF the option to publish including subwebs?

--

_____________________________________________
SBR @ ENJOY (-: [ Microsoft MVP - FrontPage ]
"Warning - Using the F1 Key will not break anything!" (-;
_____________________________________________


"Cliff Lewis" <klutzycliff-amoeba@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:phoqp2d9ea9as3d1d5kd081foj3upba59n@4ax.com...
|I finally got around to looking at what is happening here. It is not
| just a matter of permissions. When I publish with FrontPage, the
| files for the PHP app are deleted. It does this even though I have
| created a folder in FP with the same name, converted it to a web, and
| chosen the FP option not to publish subwebs.
|
| Is there anything else I need to do to prevent the files from being
| deleted?
|
| Thanks,
| Cliff Lewis

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#7: Re: Making FrontPage work with PHP applications

Posted on 2007-01-06 16:06:02 by Cliff Lewis

Yes. That is what I meant.

On Fri, 5 Jan 2007 04:13:31 -0500, "Stefan B Rusynko"
<sbr_enjoy@hotmail.com> wrote:

>In the Publish options did you turn OFF the option to publish including subwebs?

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