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    correct, the lost file is still there, you just need to search for all nod files and you will spot it, then note the location

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    Quote Originally Posted by gotFusion View Post
    what I am hearing is that you made changes/edits to the site and generated the html which shows the edits/changes but when you open the project in Fusion the edits are not there? Is this correct?
    This is exactly my situation. What buffles me is that the correct site also shows up in the preview and local publishing folder of the very project, so these outputs were generated from the nod file within. However, the nod file does not reflect these changes, also the backups in the backup folder do not reflect any intermediate state. I've also looked at elder Acronis backups, same there.

    As you and antonsvideo suggested, I did a search for all *.nod files on my machine, but none of the found files reflects the current state, but are elder ones from NOF 11 and 12. So I was hoping to find a semi-automated way to reconstruct the *.nod file using the stored local site.

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    What is the URL of the site?
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    You do not have many pages on the domain so it would be quicker to start a new blank project in any version you choose to use rather than trying to "fix" the few pages you have.

    Create a framework (all blank pages, navigation, and graphics) then paste the text from the web site into your blank fusion pages.

    Set your paste default to n- text so that you can format all the same.

    this would fix some of the minor alignment issues that you now have as well as give you a clean site project

    Once you have it finished export to template and upload the template to a folder on the domain so that you can always locate it again. Update the template (replace it) when you make changes.

    A few tutorials you can go over.

    http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=4069

    http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=4079

    http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=4067

    http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=16

    http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=17
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    Thanks for your advice, gotFusion!

    Will do so. Parts of the site (like guestbook and blog) I wanted to outsource to Joomla, anyway.

    best greetings and thanks
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    you can always write your own guest book etc

    I wrote this one in coldfusion ages ago and it is still working just fine

    http://www.vf31.com/participate/comment.cfm

    It is a simple Fusion import function to get it going. It takes on your existing Fusion style and fits right in

    I am sure there are others out there as I supply the code free with all of my Fusion user support accounts.

    All you need is a host that offers coldfusion.
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