Hi Ron, they have a similar setup to me, both on windows (they have 98 and I'm win2k) and the server is win2k with IIS5. I discovered that they got impatient and opened the file live on the server and updated it there in notepad. I suspect I'll have a lot of service calls. And I'm beginning to think I should have them do their updates through FP 2000 since they do have it. Peter Kaulback In the hour of 10:47 AM 3/4/2002 -0600, Luther, Ron spoke this: >Hi Peter, > >Any chance it's a problem with the end-of-line character settings? > >Maybe they are uploading from a Winbox to Apache on Linux - for example? > >IOW -- It probably wouldn't hurt to review their FTP settings. > >HTH, > >RonL. > >-----Original Message----- >From: Peter Kaulback [mailto:pkaulbak at idirect.ca] > >I have recently completed a site for a client using Ultradev with ASP. >The >client does not wish to have me on for doing updates. They do not wish >to >purchase Ultradev or any other editor but wish to do all updates in >Notepad >and then upload the files to the server themselves. >However, every time they update an ASP page it breaks. What could be >causing this to happen? >-- >For unsubscribe and other options, including >the Tip Harvester and archive of thelist go to: >http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !