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Old January 7th, 2009, 02:09 PM
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Default Code directory?

The very top line of my Default.aspx file has a blue squiggly line under it and when I put my mouse over it, it gives the following tool tip:

"c:\MyWeb\Default.aspx: ASP.NET runtime error: The file: '/MyWeb/Template.master cannot be processed because the code directory has not yet been built."

I've been opening the chapter 2 section of the book to try to match what I've built so far. My Default page does open in the browser. I can't figure out what this error is about. Can anyone tell me? Where is the "code Directory" supposed to be? It looks okay in browser except that my footer is in wrong place on the page.


edit: UPDATE: I saw on another forum, that I just needed to close all the pages, then click build. That fixed it. :)

Last edited by Rachel; January 7th, 2009 at 03:18 PM..

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