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Why does my Publisher 2003 Web Site, when published to the Web, C. - Web Design

Another question like this has been reported. Just wanted everyone to know that this is NOT an isolated case. I am finding that with Netscape, the Web Site works fine but no music is heard. When Explorer is used EVERYONE that uses the site is finding that the Web Site is NOT stable. An Explorer ERROR Display appears stating that Internet Explorer(IE) has found and error and must close down. Then a MEMORY error Display appears for IE. This is so unfortunate knowing the amount of time we all have spent on these sites. To experience the problem first hand ...

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    Default Why does my Publisher 2003 Web Site, when published to the Web, C.

    Another question like this has been reported. Just wanted everyone to know
    that this is NOT an isolated case.

    I am finding that with Netscape, the Web Site works fine but no music is
    heard. When Explorer is used EVERYONE that uses the site is finding that the
    Web Site is NOT stable. An Explorer ERROR Display appears stating that
    Internet Explorer(IE) has found and error and must close down. Then a MEMORY
    error Display appears for IE. This is so unfortunate knowing the amount of
    time we all have spent on these sites. To experience the problem first hand
    go to the web site.

    www.aci.on.ca\~ericmac I will try to leave the data there until April
    11th.

    If anyone has any solutions, it would be nice if they could be shared.

    Cheers,

    John-Paul
    John-Paul Guest

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    I'm am forwarding this to MS for their review. To date I have not received a
    conclusion on this rare issue.

    David Bartosik - [MSFT MVP]
    www.publishermvps.com
    www.davidbartosik.com

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    Default Re: Why does my Publisher 2003 Web Site, when published to the Web

    Thank you for forwarding the problem to Microsoft David. I would be very
    interested to here what Microsofts conclusion is for this problem. I am
    wondering if there is a micro-code patch for the ISP provider, or Explorer
    and/or Publisher. I do not think this and isolated incident. For me, this
    problem has taken place from the start with Publisher 2003. Again, the site
    runs fine when viewing it locally using Explorer. It is AFTER you upload
    your Web Site to your ISP provider that the problem occurs. Something is
    LOST. That is why I am wondering if there is an ISP Server Microcode fix or
    is it when Publisher creates the condensed version when you take the option,
    “Publish to the Web...” where the actual error is created?

    Take care,

    John-Paul

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    Default Re: Why does my Publisher 2003 Web Site, when published to the Web

    U P D A T E:
    I moved the web site from a Unix Appache Host platform to a Microsoft NT
    Host platform. Problem has gone away.

    Maybe it would be an idea for Microsoft to recommend a Host Platform
    Operating System.

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