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Anonymous
05-15-2005, 04:53 AM
when building your gallery pages that if you intend to publish images that have already been published that publishing becomes an extreme overload, and slow.

Solution:

In cPanel go to File Manager and open it, open public_html Folder find all the images by name you wish to replace and delete them empty trash delete the page.html close cPanel

Open BlueVoda and republish the page.


Notes:

this applies for large images, not for small buttons, headers, and templates and text.

If you still have problems there could be a folder in your temp directory of your computer if you crashed BlueVoda to end the bogged publisihed page, the folder is named publish created by BlueVoda

the temp folder is in a hidden directory of c:\ - documents and settings - your loginname - local settings - temp - publish

the publish folder probably has characters in front of it like ~ and maybe others

with BlueVoda closed delete that folder

The folder is automatically created and deleted when a succesful publish upload is done.

If you dont know how to show hidden folders this is done Tools - Folder Options - Show Hidden Files

Anonymous
05-15-2005, 10:59 AM
This folder is automatically cleared before and after every publish so there is no need to remove it manuallly.

Anonymous
05-15-2005, 03:56 PM
Unless you crash BlueVoda, like closing the program in the middle of publishing.


A window would have appeared and asked if you want to end now and BlueVoda will close Imediatly without finishing its process which in turn leaves the temporary folder ~publish.


Otherwise BlueVoda will create and remove it. But, if there was a crash, then the publish folder will be there and might interfere with the next publishing process.

Anonymous
05-15-2005, 06:12 PM
Well, like I said it will also clean the folder before publishing.
This means the folder always is empty before a new publish action is started even if BlueVoda has crashed previously.
BlueVoda 6.5.3 will have some extra safety checks during publishing, so look out for that one...

Anonymous
05-15-2005, 06:32 PM
When is 6.5.3 being released? :shock: