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Dr Z
post Oct 5 2009, 01:38 PM
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I have site for the company I am involved in, for a few years. I have not made ny changes to it at least for a year. Last time I connected to this site was about 2 weeks ago to show it to a potential customer.

Site is www.allscape-landscaping.com

Today, I tried to connect to it with FireFox, but I get a message "You have chosen to open file which is text/x-server-parsed-html........."

I am totally at a loss since no change was made to the site; however, something happened! What, How & Where??????????

Any words of wisdom, pointers or suggestions?

Please note that I can connect to it usinf filezilla.


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post Oct 5 2009, 07:49 PM
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I think that something has happened in the meanwhile. But what? Nobody except me has access to it. I do not have any file that can be construed as a default index, except index.html in the root directory.


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