Getting a lot of "There was an error publishing your site" messages recently

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I have no Idea why but all of a sudden every 1 out of 2 times I republish my site to the web I get a "There was an error publishing your site" message! This is extremely annoying since I have a habit to shut down the computer immediately after the site builder says it is on the web, only to come back on to the computer and realize there was a publishing problem. Here is a screenshot below. Even your logo image is missing! By the way, I'm using the chrome.
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Kevin

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Posted 8 years ago

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jeremy, Employee

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Hi Kevin,

I am sorry you are having this problem. Would you please be able to tell us what your domain is that you are publishing to?

Many thanks for working with us on this.
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jeremy, Employee

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Hello Kevin,

I am sorry you are having this problem. Is this with your site http://www.campatet.com ?

I have contacted our Engineering department and I am awaiting a response from them.

I will update you later today with regards to this.
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Nathan, Champion

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I see it! It looks great, I like that nice jQuery UI Lightbox and I like the slider for the options too! Lots of jQuery - jQuery rocks!
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Kevin

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Thanks Nathan!
Jquery does rock! Sadly, the UI library contains so many files that I run circles quite often looking for the right one. Why can't they just package it all into one file just like the normal jquery library?
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Nathan, Champion

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Yeah, they should do that! I love jQuery much better than plain JS, and you know why? Write less, do more! It is much easier than plain JS and it is less to write. Shawn Holman (the one that made that lightbox) actually learned jQuery before plain JS!

Sincerely,
Nathan
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Kevin

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Wow! Shawn actually did? I personally found that transitioning from normal js to jquery hard, but now that I have, I don't think I can survive without jquery.
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Nathan, Champion

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Yeah, when I first learned plain JS, I had no clue about jQuery. But I am so glad that I found it because it's so much easier! I use regular JS once in a while, but I usually use jQuery now! Anyways, your site is awesome! It looks so nice and it is very interactive!

Sincerely,
Nathan
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Nathan, Champion

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I've been having this problem too, so I just edit something and republish it and it seems to be fixed but then it happens again later. It doesn't happen as much as it sounds like it is happening to Kevin.

Sincerely,
Nathan
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Marije, Official Rep

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Hello Kevin and Nathan,

Just to keep you updated - we're aware of the issue and our engineers are working on a way to reduce this. If you see the page, it should be only for a few seconds and refreshing the page will display your site.

I'm going to keep following up to find out when we can expect an end to this.
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Nathan, Champion

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Okay, thanks Marije for keeping us updated! :)
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Kevin

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Thanks for telling us!