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web part footer does not appear ?

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Hi all I have a web part in a page but the web part's footer does not appear<asp:WebPartZone ID="WebPartZone1" runat="server" style="height:100px;" CssClass="PartZone" PartChromeType="TitleAndBorder" ShowTitleIcons="true" Width="200"> <FooterStyle CssClass="PartFooterStyle" /> <PartTitleStyle CssClass="PartTitleStyle" /> <ZoneTemplate> <asp:Panel ID="Panel2" runat="server" Width="200" Height="200"> <asp:Button ID="Button1" runat="server" Text="Button" /> </asp:Panel> </ZoneTemplate> </asp:WebPartZone> What can be wrong in this ? thanks

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