[thelist] deleted file after redesign

Jeana Clark jmclark at multiservice.com
Fri May 11 11:01:59 CDT 2001

So, to be clear, People are loading up the correct frameset, and its the
old-shtml file w/in that frameset that keeps loading...?  You wouldn't
happen to have a URL to share would you?  (of the current frameset and the
file they keep requesting?)

I still think what would work best would be to re-create the .shtml file
that they are requesting.  And use that file to either:
	1.  Redirect to their intended target (if it still exists in another file
or whatever) -or-
	2.  Give the user options of where to go next (this way they'll stay on
your site and not go elsewhere)

*shrug*  I'm not sure on this either...

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> Sent: Friday, May 11, 2001 10:49 AM
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> Subject: Re: [thelist] deleted file after redesign
> Jeana Clark wrote:
> > Why not just create a new html file that refreshes to a new page using
> > metatags?  (A new page being, sorry file no longer exists, but
> you can find
> > other stuff here... or just send them to the front of your
> site.. *shrug*)
> The file was just an shtml file that was displayed in a frameset to load
> some ads.
> The frameset is still the same (the names changed, of course), but the
> ads are now displayed by a PHP file with a different name and in a
> different directory.
> For some reasons the browsers keep requesting the old file.
> But I'll take a look and see if I could add some meta tags to the
> frameset. But from my understanding this is all too late as the file is
> already cached without the meta tags, or am I on the wrong track?
> Thanks for your suggestions though.
> bye Joxn
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