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When you type in the direct url to the page like this in your browser: http://www.yoursite.com/mapname/filename.htm, what do you see?
When you can see the page properly, you should check the source of your includes-file, specially when you added the link to this file by means of Contribute. Is the path-name correctly implemented by Contribute or not? Contribute recently developed an annoying habit of 'changing' relative link addresses. Maybe then you can use absolute urls, or change the sitestructure so Contribute handels the relative paths in the right way.
I have very sililar error that says I can't edit this page because I am editing it.
I think it is related to the admisistrative setup of the page and who can get access to it, can any one help
I've checked all of the forum posts on this and the two things I found that cause this error don't seem to apply. I'm on Linux using Apache and the files are cold fusion. I have about a dozen .cfm files in this directory and 9 of them can be edited fine using Contribute. There are 3 files that are identical except for slightly different content where I get the error message, "can't edit this page because it wasn't found on the website or it is a directory listting". I've even tried stripping all the content off the page in case it was content-related but it's not.
I've tried re-editing and re-administering the site and the connection info but it doesn't help.