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QUESTION - lost page that I was editing in Contribute 5

QUESTION - lost page that I was editing in Contribute 5

QUESTION - lost page that I was editing in Contribute 5

Help - newbie problem...

I was editing a website page using Contribute 5.  Pressed PUBLISH and it said it had published, but now it's a blank page in Contribute and on the website.

It states that I have an unpublished draft, but when I click on the message, another blank page appears.
I then pressed "Save for Later".
I don't want to muck around further.  I want to locate my previously published page and start over.

Under the "page" dialogue box to the left, it's listing "index.php".  What does this mean?

AFTER I got into trouble and found out about I enabled the "page rollback" feature, but I don't think that it will be of help for this previous mistake.

Is there any way to go back to previously published page, or find out what happened to my draft?

Valdi Stefanson
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