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    simple blog help, possibly

    I need some hyperlink help that I can't fix. I have a blog that isn't displaying properly. The files are all present. I think it just a link problem, but I'm not sure. Can anyone help?

    the site url is www.supremejustyce.com/home.html
    and click the "say what?" link to the right under the swf file.

    the blog should display as

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    Thanks. My own and not a free blog. It was created by another designer that I lost contact with. It stopped working a few months ago for no reason that I can explain.

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    Did you change your host? This script was designed for cold fusion (though I followed a redirect from the PHP forum......).
    If you didn't change your host, contact the hosting company and tell them your coldfusion pages are not parsing.
    In the meantime, you are to remove your code as it contains sensitive information within it.

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    If you're hosted with inmotion.com, then they dont support coldfusion. At least I couldnt find that info on their site.
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    Thanks all. Yes, it was moved, but didn't stop working right away. The designer handled all that. Just hoping that I don't have to start from scratch. Unless it can still be fixed, Thanks again everyone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BT_art View Post
    Thanks all. Yes, it was moved, but didn't stop working right away. The designer handled all that. Just hoping that I don't have to start from scratch. Unless it can still be fixed, Thanks again everyone.

    Well if your hosting provider doesn't support Coldfusion, then any pages written in coldfusion will not work. You can yes either start from scratch and re code those pages in php, or change hosting providors to one that supports CF. Or of course you can purchase a dedicated server where you're at and install CF yourself, but you're talking BIG bucks to do that.
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    teedoff is absolutely right, some web designers use such tool and with CF installe don your server it will not work. Designing in php is much easier and more widely used. Its also easy to get help. Pretty much 95+ Webhosts support php, so there you go...

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    Ok old thread, but just had to comment on this last post..lol

    Designing in php is much easier
    Coldfusion is MUCH easier that writing php. Its syntax is very similar to html syntax, and much less cryptic than php or any other programming language.

    But, yes php is more widely used, free open source, and tons of free code already written out there.
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