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Subject: Re: Recovering an html page
Author: Greg
Date: 03/04/2011 17:16
 
> So, your designer deleted a page and is asking YOU
> to pay HIM to re-build it?!?> 
> Designers should take 100% for backing things up
> before doing any work. Sure the client should do the
> say, but the designer is the professional
> responsible.
> 
> Fire this guy now!
> 
> 
> As for HTTrack, did you already run it or not?> 
> Is the file there, or not?> 
> Is this a pure HTML/JavaScript page, or was this
> some sort of server-generated (JSP/PHP/CGI/etc)
> page?> 
> 
> Unless this was a static page, it's likely not
> retrievable.
> 
> The other place you might check is in The Wayback
> Machine:
> <http://www.archive.org/web/web.php>

Thanks for the response. It's a company, actually, and they have a very good
CMS system, but over the last two years there as been a drop in customer
service.  The designer told me that it would cost the same to rebuild the page
as it would be to retrieve the page from their database.

I do have copies of the site HTTrack - I have the URL, but I can't find it
using the mirror. It was an HTML page, but what it was specifically was some
custom work done to the standard Google search. My VP likes to have the search
embedded into the site (so it looks like any other page on the site) and not
have it open in a new window/tab. My designer tells me that since that page
was deleted after our redesign, it would have to be rebuilt.

 
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