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Menu works locally but not when uploaded to server.

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Hello friends,
I don't know about scripting.
I have created a site with menu, it is working fine locally but when i
upload it on the server it dosen't work. When I click on submenu under
"Company" or "Products",It will show the actual url in the address bar
but it gives a error "405 - resource not allowed". Kindly check and
let me know the solution for this. If you know any other simple script
similar to this let me know.
http://www.teledna.com/new/

Regards,
Raju.
Jul 23 '05 #1
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minchu wrote:
Hello friends,
I don't know about scripting.
I have created a site with menu, it is working fine locally but when i
upload it on the server it dosen't work. When I click on submenu under
"Company" or "Products",It will show the actual url in the address bar
but it gives a error "405 - resource not allowed". Kindly check and
let me know the solution for this. If you know any other simple script
similar to this let me know.
http://www.teledna.com/new/

Regards,
Raju.


I'm not sure but that sounds like a server configuration issue. Did you
talk to the server folks?

http://www.checkupdown.com/status/E405.html

Resolving 405 errors - general

405 errors often arise with the POST method. You may be trying to
introduce some kind of input form on your Web site, but not all ISPs
allow the POST method necessary to process the form.

All 405 errors can be traced to configuration of the Web server and
security governing access to the content of the Web site, so should
easily be explained by your ISP.

Mike
Jul 23 '05 #2

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In article <10*************@corp.supernews.com>,
mscir <ms***@access4less.net> wrote:
405 errors often arise with the POST method. You may be trying to
introduce some kind of input form on your Web site, but not all ISPs
allow the POST method necessary to process the form.


The poster could try the GET method.

Robert
Jul 23 '05 #3

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