Columbine Teacher's Guide back online
(BTW, if you are a teacher or know one, please spread the word about the guide. Links help! It's free, and I've gotten great feedback from teacher's. I wanted to make it easier for you to use the book.)
I had no idea even how to handle that, so I just took the teacher's guide down for awhile. (My computer with all the files also crashed, and it also had the Dreamweaver program I used to create it. That cost several hundred dollars, and the license expired years ago.)
I finally called GoDaddy, and the tech guy was incredibly helpful, and cleaned it all up for me right over the phone. (He decided it was a fairly simple site with only about 50 files, so he would just go through them with me. Nice!)
That was over a month ago, and no recurrences. (Of course I changed the security.) Then I resubmitted to Google (which had originally flagged it), and they gave it a clean bill of health too, so it's all good.
Finally, the GoDaddy guy said that Dreamweaver's company now has a monthly licence-fee plan, so I could just rent the software for a month, essentially, which I did, and just repaired the screwed up files. Took a bit of doing, several tries and more tech support, but I got it all back up around 2 a.m. last night. Whew!
Popular modules from the Columbine Teacher's Guide:
Thanks again to all the teachers who helped me create and refine the guide several years ago. And keep linking!
June Update: I gave it a bit of a face-lift.