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Cannot implement an interface member because it is not public

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
I have the following code.  When I attempt to build, I get the error message "Cannot implement an interface member because it is not public" on the these three: GetQueryStringValue, SetInSession, and GetFromSession.  If I add public in front of these three, I get the error "the modifier public is not valid for this item".   Any ideas on what I"m doing wrong? Thanks.     public interface IWebContext    {        void ClearSession();        bool ContainsInSession(string key);        void RemoveFromSession(string key);        void GetQueryStringValue(string key);        void SetInSession(string key, object value);        object GetFromSession(string key);    }     public class WebContext : IWebContext    {        public void ClearSession()        {            HttpContext.Current.Session.Clear();        }        public bool ContainsInSession(s

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