I want some code that detects that if my page is being viewed by internet explorer 9 the browser automatically is switched to compatibility view.
Is there some way how to achieve this?
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I need immediate help if anyone may help me as early as possible would be appreciated.
Two websites that are being developed by me is online in my office network.
Our IT department has updated Internet Explorer and the view my websites is completely disturbed.
Now we have Internet Explorer 8.0.6001.18702
In most of my pages the setting is that from top to bottom, in top there is a panel holding dropdown, textboxes and just under this panel there is another panel with gridview.
When the pages load the first panel with the search controls are ok.
When i supplied search parameters then gridview resulted overlaping the above panel and it scrolls behind the above panel.
When there is one record populates to gridview the whole gridview would not be seen but the count label shows one record.
Please please help as I am receiving hundreds of calls from users.
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