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You're comparing against a string literal, but what you wrote is comparing against the contents of a variable called ashley, which you never defined. That's why you're getting the error message.

If you're going to specify a string literal, the string must be enclosed in double-quotes:
if (herName == "ashley")


But, this poses a bit of a problem. The comparison is case sensitive. "Ashley" does not equal "ashley". You need something closer to this to fix that:
if (string.Compare(herName, "ashley", StringCompare.CurrentCultureIgnoreCase))

If the Compare method returns 0, the strings are equal according to the rules of the current culture and ignoring the case of any letters.

You REALLY need to pickup a beginners book on C# and work through it. Trying to learn a language through nothing but trial and error and forum posts will only slow you down and frustrate you.

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