website html recovery! assistance please!

by William10 6 replies
I must have accidentally deleted half of my HTML code for my website!
when i open my website on the internet it comes up as it should, but when i open it from the desktop icon, it comes up with only the bottom half of the page :confused::confused::confused:, is it possible to recover lost HTML code ?!!!
#main internet marketing discussion forum #html #recovery #website
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  • Profile picture of the author Nigel Greaves
    If it's working ok over the internet then the files on your server are fine. Just download them to your desktop and overwrite the files already there.

    Nigel
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    • Profile picture of the author William10
      Wow! best response I've ever received!!! worked straight away! can't thank you enough, was stressing just a little
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    • Profile picture of the author mygold
      Originally Posted by Nigel Greaves View Post

      If it's working ok over the internet then the files on your server are fine. Just download them to your desktop and overwrite the files already there.

      Nigel

      I also suggest to you the same things. Just download them to your computer and marge on your actual file. Hopefully you will success for that.
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      • Profile picture of the author William10
        thank you my gold! problem sovled guys!
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  • Profile picture of the author ganesh
    Before working with any type of codes, first make a copy of the entire directory. You may also make a sync copy on an external drive and this will avoid such issues in future. This can happen to even experienced programmers. I always keep a last working copy of my code on an external drive (NAS) and also use an online backup service to ensure even if I make a mistake, I am safe.
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    • Profile picture of the author William10
      Originally Posted by ganesh View Post

      Before working with any type of codes, first make a copy of the entire directory. You may also make a sync copy on an external drive and this will avoid such issues in future. This can happen to even experienced programmers. I always keep a last working copy of my code on an external drive (NAS) and also use an online backup service to ensure even if I make a mistake, I am safe.

      probably a very very wise idea! thanks for the advice!
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