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Old 09-19-2005, 06:44 AM   #1
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I am developing a new page for a web site already published with DW 2004.

If I try to see the page with a browser (Firefox, IE, Opera, doesn't matter), I get a message about updating the test server. "Update Copy on Testing Server?" is the heading. "This will update the file on the testing server." and "This might affect others working on the file. Proceed?"

I answer "Yes" but I don't get to see the new page I am developing in whatever browser starts up. I can see the new page by going to it directly from a browser address window, using the full URL. The page is not connected to the rest of the web site by any links yet.

(I would have inserted a screen capture of the message, but I don't know how to do that from the hard drive. The insert option seems to want an online image, not a hard drive image.)
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