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Simple Issue with Default themes

Posted on 2007-03-28
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So I am getting this error when I try to build my project in reference to my skin file.

Error      1      Type System.Web.UI.WebControls.Label already has a default theme defined.      App_Themes/SkinFile/      

I have this code in the skin file, and if I remove either line the code compiles and runs fine.   It seems to me that the SkinId tag is not being seen by ASP.  What am I doing wrong?

<asp:Label runat="server" Font-Bold="True" Font-Size="Medium" ForeColor="Black" />

<asp:Label SkidId="Warning" runat="server"  Font-Bold="True" Font-Size="Medium" ForeColor="Red" />
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>SkidId="Warning"
Shouldn't it be SkinId...?
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by:pamsauto
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Thats almost funny.

Simple Issue indeed!
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by:imrancs
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This happened with me too but instead there was different problem with same exception message.
somehow there was another skin file exists in theme folder with name skin1.skin i just deleted that one and got it fixed.
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