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I am getting an error after modifying a NewForm.aspx

Posted on 2010-08-30
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Unexpected end of file looking for </asp:Content> tag.

Any thoughts or ideas in regards to what would have caused the error and advice as to 'how to fix' ...

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Typically when editing a form page I leave the default form on the page (instead of deleting it).  I right click on the original form webpart > webpart properties > select "hidden".
Then add your custom form webpart and save
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