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Old November 27th, 2006, 11:14 AM
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Default error msg

I am in Chapter 2 and while i wa trying to run default.aspx and i got
this message
<uc1:FooterLinks ID="FooterLinks1" runat="server" />
why i got this message does any one hav e any suggeation.

 
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Check that you have an @Register directive at the top of the page that specifies the file FooterLinks.ascx, and that this file does exist in the folder that the @Register directive points to. By default, the file is in the user-controls subfolder.




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