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I am having two issues with my child site. www.nymau.org

First the hit counter is not working, I can see the counter on my local files but not the published ones.

Second, I have a form that when you submit the page I received this http://www.nymau.org/_derived/nortbots.htm
The strange thing is line of code "_derived/nortbots.htm" only appears in the published file not the local files.

My host is Verio and they say that the server extensions are installed and working properly.

Any suggestions?

Thank You

RE: _derived/nortbots.htm

_derived is one of the hidden directories that gets created when you create a site in frontpage.

Are you 'publishing' the site from frontpage or just uploading selected bits?

RE: _derived/nortbots.htm

When I created the page it worked fine but sometime during the editing process "_derived/nortbots.htm" was inserted.

After serval calls to my hosting service it was finally corrected but I do not know how they fixed the issue.

It seems fine now.

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