Couple questions ...
- Have you tried verifying changes in a browser? If so, are the URLs the same?
- Are you using Contribute Publishing Server or Connection Keys?
- Have you tried pressing F12 to review your changes before publishing? Does this show your changes?
- What protocol are you using to write to the website ... FTP? WebDAV? Local?
- Do you have write permissions to the directory you are writing to?
I might have a better idea after these questions are answered.
Here is something simple to try: when you go to verify changes in your main browser, hit refresh. Sometimes you are looking at the old version without knowing it even though it has been updated on the server.
I'm having the same problem.
I'm using SFTP, connection keys and write permissions.
I see that my changes are there when I click on edit page but not published.
Any advice is more than welcome.
Sounds like it is a problem with the configuration of your connection key. Just a guess.
Thank you for the quick answer, any idea to fix this?
I'm happy to report the successful solving of my own problem. After weeks of frustration, assuming the issue was Contribute 3, I paid a tech guy tp troubleshoot the issue. Turns out it was very simple (of course) and no fault of Contribute's. My server company which has my website had, at some point, moved my website from one server to another. WITHOUT NOTIFYING ME! In **** so, Contribute was trying to authenticate to the OLD IP address while my website was residing at the NEW IP address. The tech guy figured this out in five minutes.
All's well that ends well, I guess. Thanks for the many suggestions this forum offered. None of them worked for obvious reasons, but your efforts are deeply appreciated.
So store this problem and its resolution in Contribute's knowledge database for future generations: If you can't publish your changes, perhaps your Internet company moved your website to a new server without the courtesy of a notification.
Well that is extremely frustrating. Glad to hear it's fixed now. Happy publishing!