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We have a Linux box for our Internet server. I know enough about Linux to posts our web pages and to also get into trouble. Most of the people in our school use MS FrontPage to create their web pages. This has been working out alright up until we tried to post a feedback form. Now when the form is sumited the following screen comes up:
"FrontPage Run-Time Component Page
You have submitted a form or followed a link to a page that requires a web server and the FrontPage Server Extensions to function properly."
"This form or other FrontPage component will work correctly if you publish this web to a web server that has the FrontPage Server Extensions installed."
I got confused but is your web server running with Linux and Apache, or what are you using for the web server? Do you host or rn the server or not? If you do, then you have to install the frontpage server extensions, if not, then whoever you host with can do it.
It's important to pay attention to the date of the last post - even if you think you have something valuable to offer, if it's on an old thread it will bump it right up to the top of the list. And no-one really wants to see old news.
Bump it up.... hmmm... well I DID pay attention to the date.
An seeing as how there wasn't any closure to the thread, I thot I would add input so as OTHER ppl look through this place maybe it will prove helpful.
If you don't like it, I'm sorry. Delete it... or better yet, don't read it.