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HELP...part of my site is missing...?


dturano547

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I was in the process of adding a faq page so I was editing the "news" page of my site to change it to FAQ but was testing some tings out. I made some changes to service.php but since my site went missing i uploaded backups and the problem did not go away.

 

I everything I did I backed out of and put backups back in there places but my site is missing?

 

goto http://homebrewliving.com and you will see what i mean, only the top comes up.

 

What could have removed everything and where should I look to fix the problem?

 

All the files I edited I removed any changes and put recent backups in there place.

 

 

please help, thank you.

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Something's FUBAR in your /includes/column_left.php

 

If you <right-click> and "View Source" on your page, the last thing in the source is:

 

<!-- left_navigation //-->

If you look at the PHP source, you'll probably find:

 

<!-- left_navigation //-->
<?php require(DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'column_left.php'); ?>
<!-- left_navigation_eof //-->

That's how you can tell where the problem is.

If I suggest you edit any file(s) make a backup first - I'm not perfect and neither are you.

 

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OMG...Thank you.

 

All the files i was editing I didnt mess with colum_left, not sure what happened. I uploaded a back up and it fixed it. Also I I had a colum left index that went missing? Im the only one that messes with my files so it had to be me that got rid of it by mistake.

 

Thanks again, i was freaking out.

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