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Frontpage 2002 auto adding "under construction" header

Frontpage 2002 auto adding "under construction" header

Frontpage 2002 auto adding "under construction" header

Hi I have an issue which is driving me nuts!

I have created a web and every time I publish it.
an "under contruction" gif header and a
"Send mail to someone@microsoft.com with questions or comments about this web site" footer is automatically added to certain pages. I can find no setting to turn this off at present i have to go in the code after the web has published and manually delete out these lines. But next time I publish there back! ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGHHHH!!!

These additions do not show up in a preview or anywhere in the local web only once published.

Thanks in advance

RE: Frontpage 2002 auto adding "under construction" header

Don't worry sussed it.
There was a microsoft profile variable on the page by default.
Remove the variable and re-publish and It's gone Hurrrayyyy!

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