lost files on uploading to sitebuilderplus

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My main site bedfordu3a.org is no problem but an old site homestead/ sleepylagoons is not completelyavailable. All the photo files are there but not the web pages. I do not want to convert and not take those with me. It is true that I have not edited this site for a long time but I do not want to lose all the photos of my family. How can I restore them before going to Sitebuilder lplus
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Moving from Sitebuilder to SB+ is no problem.
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Audrey1969,

If all the files are there in desktop Sitebuilder, publish from there. It should then pick them up in Sitebuilder Plus

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The web page index is not there - only the individual photo files
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In desktop, do you see the page in the file manager?

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Have you tried a "refresh" (Shft/Ctrl/Delete). Using this procedure intermittently provides solutions to cache and cookie related interference.F5 = Refresh: A browser works by downloading a page to your computer.  Browsers will then show the page from your computer as opposed to downloading it every time you visit a page. This speeds up the process and lessens the traffic on the Internet. Depending on the browser, it will periodically check the website for a new version of the page and download if it has changed. If you don't see a change that you expect, then press f5. That tells the browser to go to the site and download the page now

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