3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 23, 2014 11:58 PM by BKBK

    Disappearance of my contactus.cfm page?

    CoderLeah

      I made a website and about a year ago the contactus.cfm page disappeared, although the other three pages were still visible. Would that be because I had not updated it? Or some other reason?

        • 1. Re: Disappearance of my contactus.cfm page?
          duncancumming Level 3

          Not updating a page doesn't cause it it disappear, so it must be something else.  Has the actual .cfm page disappeared from your server, or is it there but not accessible via the web?  If the former I'd suggest you see who has access to your server.

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          • 2. Re: Disappearance of my contactus.cfm page?
            CoderLeah Level 1

            Thank you so much for answering me, I'm not sure which of the two options it could be. I shall endeavour to discover. I made the site at a charity where I learnt coding but the contactus.cfm page went down and I was unable to check my coding because soon after that the host/domain expired. I'm planning to get my own host/domain but the charity are trying to hopefully renew the host/domain, and get it online again so I should be able to address the issue with your suggestions, and thanks for pointing me in the right direction! Also, I coded it with HTML4.01 Transitional. Do I need to change it to HTML5, or will it be supported still do you know? <3

            • 3. Re: Disappearance of my contactus.cfm page?
              BKBK Adobe Community Professional & MVP

              HTML4.01 is OK. In fact, the overwhelming majority of websites are still on HTML4.x.

               

              Your site is small. As such, you should ideally develop and test it in Eclipse. The 2 possibilities are: a full installation of the trial version of CFBuilder (based on Eclipse) or an installation of Eclipse together with CFEclipse plugin. Of particular interest to you, both have an elaborate search facility to enable you to locate a file or even a line of code.

               

              If you encounter any difficulties, feel free to ask. Have fun!

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