Server re-installed FP extensions, now my nav. view is GONE!

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hottesttotty

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My hosting service had to re-install the FP extensions for my site, well, that was for starters anyway!! They apparently had some other network issues, which SEEM to be resolved now, BUT..... now my navigation only shows the home page. Is there some other way besides the LOOOOOONG process of "drag-n-drop" from the folder list to the nav. view to get things back where they belong??

Appreciate any help!! TIA

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What's the address to your web site? I would like to take a look. Did any of the formatting change for the navigation?
 

hottesttotty

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Rockn,
Here's a link to one of the pagesYour County Home Page This is our home county.

Everything is still there in the folder list, just the navigation view is screwed up. It only shows the index page now. I CAN drag them back into the nav. view, but that is a LONG process, as there are hundreds of pages!! Also, now that they've messed with it, we can't save to the top or bottom border without errors. Changes made to the body of any page work fine so far tho.

Thanks for comin' over here to help!! I appreciate it!

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Where is the problem you are referring to? There are so many links on this page I have no idea where to look.
 

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Duh, I don't know what I was thinking there....you can't tell just by looking at the site, because it SEEMS to function properly on the visitor side of things. The problem is not in the actual navigation of the site, it's the navigation IN Front Page that is gone. You know, the nice little family tree lookin' thing! The folder list appears to have everything still there, and the site is functional, but in order to use the navigational features of Front Page, the pages need to be shown in the navigation view, which they are not right now.

I figured out that I can drag and drop them over there, but I'm wondering if there is an easier way to get it back? The prospect of having to do that isn't very sunny, in the least! Maybe not, but I'm always looking for the "easy way"...:)

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Copy and paste/drag and drop is it! The fastest way would be to left-click the first file and scroll down to the bottom, and hold the shift key and left-click the last file. Then right click, copy and paste.
 

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Thanks for the input, just thought I'd let ya know, we got everything sorted out. Drag & drop was the only way out of it, since the navigation structure information is apparently located WITHIN the web server extensions, and when they got re-installed, the old settings went BYE BYE!!

Anyway, I wanted to mention too, Rockn' I used to live in Minneapolis, my family is still up there, I miss it ALOT!! Hope you're enjoying the white Christmas, I don't get them anymore! And Randy, I NOW live in Missouri (Down by Cape Girardeau, if you're familiar with the SE corner)!! It really is a small world, huh?? Just thought I'd mention it! :)

Thanks again!!

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