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    Hi guys & Girls

    I am having a problem with an online invite that I have on the server that was uploaded and sent to the client to test but somehow the server has delivered this message:

    When I sent out a test it came back:

    Not Found
    The requested URL /thank_you_workshop.html was not found on this server.

    Need help to fix this. It needs to go out today still

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    Senior Member Webzarus's Avatar
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    Not sure of the question ... Since so little information was provided.

    Where is the page that you call ? Is it a PHP page ? Is the thank you page mentions above in the same folder ? Usually when's there is a 404 error, its because the path provided in th script was incorrect.

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    Hi it is an html file extention. The file is loaded in the same folder on the server.

    I had a look yesterday before I left the office and I picked up a .cgi script in the fomr.html file that handles the processing of the form and the script is from a different hosting company because I was told that they just moved hosting clients recently so I am thinking that it could be that the script is the problem and it should be a script from the current hosting client instead?

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    Senior Member Webzarus's Avatar
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    Every hosting company worth their salt, will have some basic cgi scripts installed on their server and should have documentation on how to properly call those scripts. Just bringing a script from somewhere else doesn't mean it will work.

    I actually have cgi scripts disabled on a coue servers because no one was using them, so one less thing form me to keep an eye on, if I just turn off support. Remove documentation, etc.


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