From: Tom Willett on 5 Apr 2010 08:37
No, we all have not did that before.
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage Since 1997
"Hot-text" <hot-text(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message
: We all have did that Before.
: Good job and good info
: Tom [Pepper] Willett and Rick Sparks
: Pepper #1 Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
: "Rick Sparks" <RickSparks(a)discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
: > Tom is correct.... but you'll still have the problem if you open one of
: > your
: > FP folders with IE Explorer again.
: > Assuming you have WinXP (if not, I'd think the steps would be similar):
: > To stop this from happening, open Explorer... and go to Tools / Folder
: > Options... and select the View tab. Now, check the box "do not cache
: > thumbnails"... and you'll not be bothered by those pesky thumbs.db files
: > again!
: > "Adela D" wrote:
: >> I just tried to publish my site after updating it -- new page, text,
: >> photos,
: >> links -- did update hyperlinks. I get the following message. Is it on
: >> my
: >> site or my host's side?
: >> Server error: The page Thumbs.db has been modified by (unknown) on 14
: >> 2010 19:10:44 -0500.
: >> Thank you.