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Unexpected end of file looking for </ZoneTemplate> tag. What causes this error when customizing a list in SharePoint Designer. I did not delete the original web part - I hid it!
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<Zone Template> is the tag used to surround a web part zone. It appears that the closing tag is missing. Try inserting </Zone Template> at the end of the portion of your code that encases that webpart.
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