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What features of an ASP.Net website available only in Internet Explorer browser?
ASP.NET detects browser capabilities (to use CSS, JavaScript etc.) and generates proper HTML for respective browser from downlevel and up. The only problem you may encounter if you use older .NET Framework (below version 4.5 which is current at the time of this answer) with the latest browsers (such as IE10, IE11 - latest at the time of this answer). Then it may not recognize the browser and generate incorrect HTML/JavaScript. Otherwise non MS-browsers have no problem accessing and vieweing ASP.NET Web sites. P.S. Of course you can encounter problems if you write IE-specific client-site JavaScript code, but that would be unrelated to ASP.NET

Categories : Asp Net

Internet explorer 9 and internet explorer 10's browser mode, are they the same?
Try some sort of emulator: http://www.my-debugbar.com/wiki/IETester/HomePage There are many more, also refer to: how to install multiple versions of IE on the same system?

Categories : Jquery

My website doesn't seem right in Internet Explorer
This is not an answer, but I want to show you a screenshot. Id is a string value. As the result, when I copy and paste in other browser, it doesn't work. I'm using Windows 7 US English only in IE10. Mark up is like this without src in image - <img id="ContentOfPage_Image1" src="" style="height:250px;width:250px;" /> I'm not familiar with the language. Theoretically, ID should be a number value instead of string. It is just my 2 cents.

Categories : Asp Net

Responsive Website getting cut off on the right in Internet Explorer
I guess the main problem is that you use pixel precise values for your images. <a href="http://zczperio.com" class="logo" style="width: 1024px; height: 150px;"> <img src="http://zczperio.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/HeaderLogo6.png" alt="" width="1024" height="162" class="logo_def"> </a> So, you should change your fixed width values into percentages and removing the height on your images like: <a href="http://zczperio.com" class="logo" style="width: 100%;"> <img src="http://zczperio.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/HeaderLogo6.png" alt="" class="logo_def"> </a>

Categories : Internet Explorer

Why is my website not displaying properly in internet explorer 8?
I ran your page in internet explorer 8 and it is displayed very wrong, but after looking at your css file, I noticed some major syntax mistakes as well. I am not sure of your experience level, and sometimes cross-browser display can get a little complicated but it looks like your css file needs some of the basics fixed first. This section in particular: EDIT: Also, nav is a html5 element which is only supported by IE9 and above. nav ul ul { display: none; } nav ul li:hover > ul { display: block; } nav ul:after { content: ""; clear: both; display: block; } nav ul li { float: left; } nav ul li:hover a { color: #fff; } nav ul ul { background: #5f6975; border-radius: 0px; padding: 0; position: absolute; top: 1

Categories : Internet Explorer

Website not working in Internet Explorer and Firefox
In Chrome, there is more files download (47) than in firefox/IE (42). With my konqueror I don't have any problem. So its look like security issues. For somes resons IE/Firefox don't want to dowload file that are not where the want. If I'm right, a solution could be to put all files (even thoses of wordpress) and all ressources on servers where all security problems have been solved.

Categories : Internet Explorer

Python and Internet Explorer (specific website)
Did you try selenium ? from selenium import webdriver driver = webdriver.Ie() login_btn = driver.find_element_by_id("toolbar-login") login_btn.send_keys(Keys.RETURN) user_name = driver.find_element_by_id("ClientBarcode") user_name.sendKeys("user") user_name.sendKeys(Keys.RETURN)

Categories : Python

Extra space on top of website in internet explorer
Seems to be an IE bug to me. It calculates the height of the <tr> through the height of the contents of the highest <td>, disregarding the rowspan="2". If you remove the rowspan attribute, you can kind of see why it's doing what it's doing. The problem for IE is that every single <td> in your second row (the row containing the <div class="fadein">-cells) has rowspan="2". Remove that, and the page will no longer show that odd margin/padding in IE. It still doesn't look the same, my guess is more rogue rowspans... :)

Categories : HTML

Compatibility problems with Internet Explorer 10/11 and an old .net framework 1.1 website
First: The X-UA-Compatible tag has to be the very first tag in the < head > section. Try using the emulate option, which allows quirks mode: <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE7" /> Also, completely removing a "DOCTYPE" from your page has also been known to help force compatibility mode or putting something like an xml declaration at the top <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8">

Categories : Asp Net

Website in internet explorer 10 compatibily modus display
If you want your page to render in an older document mode, you can add this to your markup, early inside the HEAD tag: <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE7"> Generally speaking, however, you should consider updating your page to use standards-compliant markup.

Categories : Internet Explorer

How good is the IE8 browser mode in Internet Explorer 10?
Having done a lot of compatibility testing for front ends of major websites, I can say it is no way a full substitute for using the actual browser version you want to test in. Whilst it's useful for seeing any immediate issues, we often found that those who relied on the dev tools in IE9 onwards were missing issues which were obvious in the full versions of IE7 and IE8.

Categories : Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer Browser Issue Bootstrap
I don't think you have to put both "row" and "span12" classes on the same <div>. Remove the "span12" and see what happens. See the docs. ...I also noticed you have some misaligned tags ( </p> at line 87, </div> at 910, </center> at 955 and 967). Make sure to validate with W3C Markup Validation Service before doing anything else ;)

Categories : HTML

Browser Helper Object -> issues with Internet Explorer 9+
No, you cannot "pre-approve" your extension to avoid the " is ready for use" notification. If you attempt to do so, Microsoft will consider your extension malware and can block it from loading in IE entirely, treat sites that distribute it as malicious, etc. You simply shouldn't try it. You must restart the browser to use the extension; there's no way to get it working until you restart the browser (or start a new tab that ends up in a new tab process). The problem with your code is that it's injecting content that is not using a secure URL (e.g. injecting a HTTP URL into a HTTPS page). What sorts of URLs are you injecting? Are you using the RES:// protocol or a different protocol? If you're using a custom URL Protocol that your extension implements, you need to configure that protocol t

Categories : Internet Explorer

Browser scrolling doesn't work in Internet Explorer 10
Remove border:0 from #main as it should be - I'm even surprised this does work as intended in Chrome since IE10 is without a doubt right here in its behaviour. After that, please remove that table, we're not living in 1999 anymore.

Categories : HTML

Internet explorer browser is processing my code very wierd
To answer part of your question, RGBA as a background color isn't supported in IE8 and earlier. I ran into this problem a while back, and used this along with background-color RGBA for IE support: filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Gradient(GradientType=0, StartColorStr='#7FFFFFFF', EndColorStr='#7FFFFFFF'); "7FFFFFFF" - First two characters are transparency amount, last 6 are color. All in hex More information about gradients for IE can be found here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms532997%28v=vs.85%29.aspx Hope this helps

Categories : CSS

how to force google chrome/firefox to use Internet explorer web browser control
I would recommend making the page look correct in browsers that follow web standards first (Firefox, Chrome). Then fix up for IE later. There is no way to do what you're suggesting. Those meta tags are for making later versions of IE behave like earlier versions.

Categories : Javascript

Javascript on local machine - How to disable restrictions without changing security settings on Internet Explorer?
Try the following header: <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> <!-- saved from url=(0016)http://localhost --> <html> Here you have full description of that feature.

Categories : Javascript

Referring Internet Explorer - Using Internet Explorer Object Model
You can use the Shell.Application object to find an already running IE instance. Set sh = CreateObject("Shell.Application") For Each wnd In sh.Windows If InStr(1, wnd.FullName, "iexplore.exe", vbTextCompare) > 0 Then Set ie = wnd Exit For End If Next The above will attach to the first instance found. If you remove the Exit For it will instead attach to the last instance found.

Categories : Vbscript

css not working with internet explorer, but working with other browser
I don't see any particular reason for you to use the charset in css, but I might be wrong... anyway, you have an error in line 42 - where it is "y-repeat" it should be "repeat-y". Can you post your HTML source? I can then try it here. LM

Categories : CSS

SVG map not working well in Internet Explorer 10
This seems to be a bug in IE. It doesn't appear to be bounding box related, because you can encroach inside the bbox in places without triggering the roll-over. At first I suspected that it might be using the bezier control points as a bounding polygon, but when I converted all the curves to lines, it was still happening. Then I suspected that it might be something to do with the transform, so I created the following SVG to test this theory: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?> <svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="100" height="100" viewBox="0 0 100 100"> <style id="style3001">path { fill : blue; stroke-width: 0 } path:hover { fill : green }</style> <g> <path d="m 50,0 c 25,0 50,25 50,50 l 0,50 l -50,-25 l -50,25 l 0,-

Categories : Internet Explorer

How to use webcam using Internet Explorer
According to this, no. http://caniuse.com/#search=getuserMedia This is the only polyfill I can find, and it uses a flash fallback: https://github.com/addyosmani/getUserMedia.js

Categories : HTML

CSS Gradients in Internet Explorer 8
There is IE10 support below with gradient going from green to red. CHECK THIS DEMO #rt-header { background: #ff3232; /* Old browsers */ background: -moz-linear-gradient(left, #ff3232 1%, #ff2828 49%, #3fff30 49%, #3fff00 100%); /* FF3.6+ */ background: -webkit-gradient(linear, left top, right top, color-stop(1%,#ff3232), color-stop(49%,#ff2828), color-stop(49%,#3fff30), color-stop(100%,#3fff00)); /* Chrome,Safari4+ */ background: -webkit-linear-gradient(left, #ff3232 1%,#ff2828 49%,#3fff30 49%,#3fff00 100%); /* Chrome10+,Safari5.1+ */ background: -o-linear-gradient(left, #ff3232 1%,#ff2828 49%,#3fff30 49%,#3fff00 100%); /* Opera 11.10+ */ background: -ms-linear-gradient(left, #ff3232 1%,#ff2828 49%,#3fff30 49%,#3fff00 100%); /* IE10+ */ background: li

Categories : Internet Explorer

Is there any best way to identified x64 and x86 internet explorer?
Well, assuming that what you actually need is the arch of the JRE running on the client machine, I believe this will be helpful: how to detect browser and OS in Java applet. Also check if you can run your applet with IE Security modes(Protected Mode(Security tab) and Enhanced Protected Mode(Advanced tab)) disable. Regards.

Categories : Internet Explorer

Does Internet Explorer 11 still have quirksmode?
Yes it does. IE11 has all the same backward-compatibility modes as IE10 did (plus an IE10-compat mode of course). In fact, in common with IE10, there are actually two quirks mode which are very slightly different from each other. ("Quirks mode" and "IE5 Quirks mode"). But for most purposes you don't really need to know that; it'll default to the original Quirks mode in the absence of a doctype, just the same as previous IE versions. So the short answer to your question is "Yes, you're fine; it's still there and your page will still work just as well in IE11 as it did in IE10." However, IE's engineers are trying to discourage the use of these modes. The main way they've done this is by hiding them in the dev tools panel -- the browser mode option is visible, but you only ever have at m

Categories : Internet Explorer

Image PNG on Internet Explorer 10?
<a href="http://www.boutell.com/"> <img src="/boutellcomlogo.png" style="border-style: none"/> </a> An even cleaner solution, if you never want the blue border, is to say so in a style sheet: img { border-style: none; } And then reference that style sheet in the head element of your page:one or img { border: 0 none; }

Categories : HTML

:after in Internet Explorer isn't working
In .special-title:before, since you're using absolute positioning, remove margin-top:-13px; and just use top:10px; instead. Then, declare a height as well as a width. see http://jsfiddle.net/6TdB6/

Categories : HTML

Open URL in new tab (Internet Explorer)
I am creating toolbar for IE. This is my SetSite method HRESULT CMyClass::SetupBrowser(IUnknown* pUnkSite) { ATLASSERT(pUnkSite); HRESULT hr = E_FAIL; IOleCommandTarget* pCmdTarget = NULL; if (SUCCEEDED(pUnkSite->QueryInterface(IID_IOleCommandTarget, (LPVOID*)&pCmdTarget)) && NULL != pCmdTarget) { IServiceProvider* pSP = NULL; if (SUCCEEDED(pCmdTarget->QueryInterface(IID_IServiceProvider, (LPVOID*)&pSP)) && NULL != pSP) { CComPtr<IServiceProvider> child_provider; hr = pSP->QueryService(SID_STopLevelBrowser, IID_IServiceProvider, reinterpret_cast<void**>(&child_provider)); if (SUCCEEDED(hr

Categories : C++

Internet Explorer UI issue
This happens in Chrome too. Zooming is not reliable and it prone to mis-aligning elements, especially if you have percentage sizes or indeed any size that is not a multiple of 100 due to the zoom resulting in non-integer sizes.

Categories : Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer 10, max div size of 1.533.917 px
Any solution for this scenario.Below link demonstrates the problem exactly. The example not created by me Nathan Williams. <div style="width: 500px; height: 500px; overflow: auto;"> <div style="width: 500px; height: 10000000px; overflow: hidden; position: relative;"> <span style="left: 0px; top: 0px; position: absolute;">top</span> <span style="left: 0px; top: 1193030px; position: absolute;">IE8 limit (approximate)</span> <span style="left: 0px; top: 1533900px; position: absolute;">IE10 limit (approximate)</span> <span style="left: 0px; top: 9999950px; position: absolute;">bottom</span> </div> </div> http://jsfiddle.net/Bckbr/

Categories : Javascript

How to fix placeholder for Internet Explorer?
IE9+ are suppose to support placeholder but I find that this is not the case. There are a few ways to 'pretend' to have placeholder. I find the best way to have a placeholder look/feel on IE is to create a jquery function that adds a div behind the input boxes (having the input boxes transparent) with the text you want displayed. Then when typing or data present either A display:none the div or opaque the input box. Other people put the text in the input fields but this can be a pain with validation and, as you have found, password fields. something like: // Check browser type so we don't mess with other browsers that do this right if (BrowserDetect.browser === 'Explorer') { // Find all placeholders $('[placeholder]').each(function(_index, _this) { var $this = $(this);

Categories : Jquery

Parse xml doc on internet explorer
You need to set this particular line when parsing for IE5 and IE6: xmlhttp=new ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP"); Check this link: http://www.w3schools.com/xml/xml_parser.asp This might help you understand better.

Categories : Javascript

Internet Explorer and Safari changes my CSS
Not sure if you've tried this already, but a CSS reset script usually does the trick for me. It might break your webpage on the browser you are using, but the goal is to make the webpage look consistent across all browsers.

Categories : Wordpress

PDF not opening in Internet Explorer 8
In the web site, we disabled caching in order to stop people going backwards using the browser back button. HttpCacheability.NoCache IE 8 requires any file that is gonna be displayed to be saved in a temporary file before being shown. Disabling caching interrupted saving to a temporary file. Even though the browser downloaded the file successfully, since it couldn't save the file, it didn't show the pdf content or any other document which is shown using active x. We learned that this is an IE 8 bug and it got fixed in IE 9. Changing the caching to private fixed the issue. Response.Cache.SetCacheability(HttpCacheability.Private); Response.ClearHeaders(); Response.ContentType = "Application/pdf"; Response.WriteFile(path);

Categories : Asp Net

Socket.io and Internet explorer
The problem was that I had "var WEB_SOCKET_SWF_LOCATION" in the code. If you're having the same problem use "WEB_SOCKET_SWF_LOCATION" without the var in the global namespace. I personally placed WEB_SOCKET_SWF_LOCATION into the socket.io.js file.

Categories : Internet Explorer

Can't target Internet Explorer
Browser detection is brittle and problematic at best. A cleaner approach would be to do feature detection (test for things you need and enable (or disable) features based on those features. Modernizer is a great way to do this.

Categories : HTML

How can disable redirection on win64
There are Win32 functions available that can disable and enable redirection. [DllImport("kernel32.dll", SetLastError = true)] static extern bool Wow64DisableWow64FsRedirection(ref IntPtr ptr); [DllImport("kernel32.dll", SetLastError = true)] static extern bool Wow64RevertWow64FsRedirection(IntPtr ptr); Example: IntPtr wow64Value = IntPtr.Zero; // Disable redirection. Wow64DisableWow64FsRedirection(ref wow64Value); // Do whatever you need // ..................... // Re-enable redirection. Wow64RevertWow64FsRedirection(wow64Value);

Categories : C#

external Internet Explorer css problems
Add Doctype like this will solve multiple IE issues <!--[if IE]> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <![endif]-->

Categories : CSS

VBScript support in Internet Explorer 11
The IE team has been trying to retire VBScript for years. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/apps/Hh700404.aspx indicates that support was removed from the ExecScript API. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ie/dn384057(v=vs.85).aspx explains that it's removed from IE11 Edge mode in the Internet Zone. If you add the following to your HEAD tag, your VBScript will run: <meta http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" content="IE=10">

Categories : Internet Explorer

Selenium and Internet Explorer Driver
Without seeing all that extra information that Arran requested, it's hard to help you understand the error. However if you're just looking for a quick fix that works in all browsers, I always just use Thread.sleep(int milliseconds); for my Selenium tests in C# that need to wait for a page to load or a certain element to render before continuing.

Categories : C#

anchor to a pdf file in internet explorer
As KatieK pointed out, you haven't provided enough information to work with here. However, I had faced something similar a while back, this helped me solve the issue: Open Reader Edit > Preferences. Internet > Display PDF in Browser But I am not sure if it's a similar issue with yours too.

Categories : HTML



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