05-27-2012 06:35 PM
Does anyone know why this is happening?
I have recently been editing my personal web pages. I do so on my computer and then ftp them to the PWP servers.
With some pages, though, the PWP servers seem to delete the content and set the file sizes to 0 bytes.
Not all files have this happen. It seems to be due to something in the content of the html, but I can't make heads or tails on what the cause is. I'm not really adding anything that isn't standard HTML, and other than css files, I have used plain HTML for all of my pages.
Has anyone else had this happen, and know why?
Thanks in advance.
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06-10-2012 11:42 PM
Thank you for your reply, but I solved this one myself. The permissions of the pages on the server were somehow set incorrectly, and I had to change them to allow the pages to be replaced. Most of them were correct, but a couple just got set to zero size when my ftp client was closed. This was because the server would make a backup of the old file, but then set the new file to null because the permissions denied write access. Go figure. I changed the permissions to allow write access, and no problems since then. Hope this helps someone else in the future...
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