Problem with user control on ASP.Net web page.

I have created a user control with a gridview on it and I am trying to add this control to a web form and it is not recognizing the user control. I have Registered the control on the page im trying to add it but it still doesn't seem to recognize it. Any suggestions on what I could be doing wrong? I have added a few pics so you can see what I have set up. Any questions just let me know. Thanks for your help
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Shaun KlineLead Software EngineerCommented:
Does your Test.aspx page exist in the parent folder of your UserControls folder? If not, try changing your user control source property on Test.aspx to "~/UserControls/DSgridview.ascx"
jknj72Author Commented:
The Test.aspx is in the root and on the root there is a folder called UserControls, where the control DSgridview resides, and I have tried both ways of trying to register the control on the form, with the

<%@ Register TagPrefix="uc1" TagName="DSgridview" Src="~/UserControls/DSgridview.ascx" %>

and without

<%@ Register TagPrefix="uc1" TagName="DSgridview" Src="UserControls/DSgridview.ascx" %>

and neither have worked for me. The intellisense comes up but with no uc1:DSgridview in the list. Im missing something here... Is there anything else I should check out?
Navoneel TalukdarCommented:
Check the path of your user control carefully.
Alexandre SimõesManager / Technology SpecialistCommented:
That's a green underline which means that it's just a warning.
In fact, the control is being well rendered, we can see it on the second screenshot.

My guts tell me that it's because you're declaring your usercontrol as a container DOM element.
Try to declare it like as a self-closing tag:
<uc1:DSgridview ID="DSgridview1" runat="server" />

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