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Old November 22nd, 2006, 03:32 AM
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Default ERROR: Theme cannot be found

Help Please:
I recently finished a website and uploaded it to a remote server. but the new server could not find my themes directory. here is the error message.
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Parser Error Message: Theme 'Black' cannot be found in the application or global theme directories.

Source Error:


Line 12: <connectionStrings/>
Line 13: <system.web>
Line 14: <pages styleSheetTheme="Black"></pages>
Line 15:
Line 16:
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Anyone help me out here? Thanks.

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I solved my problem by adding "Virtual Directory" feature to my webserver.
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Hi,

I had the same problem; here's what the issue was: my application with the App_Themes folder was in d:\work\MyApp20\MyApp\MyApp; this was because I also added 3 more solutions (projects) to my application; mapped as "Virtual Directory" was only "d:\work\MyApp20\MyApp\", not the full path.
Resolution: remove the existing virtual directory and add a new one for "d:\work\MyApp20\MyApp\MyApp"; this way I didn't get the error message. Also, don't forget to set the version of ASP.Net (I had 2 versions, so the 2.0 was required in this case)

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