That should be a lesson to those of us with web sites.
To download all are pages and burn them onto CDs.
I'm very bad at backing things up myself, but this should
be done on a regular basis. I have a very dependable
company that my web site is on but you never know
when data can be lost. I'm just glad that I'm able to
edit my web sites myself at any time and not go through
some district tech person.
Woody in KC
> I'm trying not to get TOO upset about losing my ENTIRE website this past
> week. I was adding 5 new pages/projects to the site...or my tech lady was
> as I'm not allowed to fiddle with it once I've made the pages...and all of a
> sudden the whole SITE disappeared.
> I was told by the district techie that the pages load up using Netscape 6 or
> Explorer something but I can't get it/see it to know if it does. They are
> supposedly "working" on it. I can't imagine doing all 35-40 some pages
> again. If some of you have something other than Internet Explorer, can you
> get to it?