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Getting Error  BC30456: 'Title' is not a member of ASP

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I have a web application that has been running with issues on the web.  I made a small change to on of the other pages in the site and re-complied it and published it and uploaded to the production server.  

The site works fine but now all of a sudden I am getting the error  BC30456: 'Title' is not a member of 'ASP.track_shipment_aspx' (track_shipments.aspx in a page name).   I did not make any changes to this page.   I have read a couple of articles about making sure the file name references are correct when they are (see below):

<%@ Page Language="VB" MasterPageFile="~/MasterPage.master" smartNavigation="false" AutoEventWireup="false" CodeFile="track_shipment.aspx.vb" Inherits="track_shipment" Title="" %>

I did ready that this could be cause by some other page with and error but I looked through all of the pages and all look ok.  The site works fine locally from within Visual Studio 2010 but not in production.  I cant figure this out and could really use some help.

I'm using visual studio 2010 ,net framework 4.0.   I am publishing the site locally to my development machine and uploading them manually.
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Hi are you building in release mode, also make sure you don't have any temporary asp.net files locally-this shouldn't be an issue though, your best bet is to actually do a web deploy and select file location, this will build a local package which you can unzip if required and deploy that. Issues can happen when there are references that don't match or when you build if a control was on the page previously but been removed on a local branch but a dev didn't remove code behind references the build will remove the declaration from the designer and will cause a compile error.
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