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A similar bug affects Firefox versions 5 and above, where support for using JavaScript to reposition the scrollbar in the browser is not detected. By removing the doctype, you're switching the browser into quirks mode, and all kinds of stuff will start breaking unpredictably. The Problem The problem is quite trivial – a bug in the browser detection under .NET 4. So Microsoft introduced the ControlRenderingCompatibilityVersion property for you web.config and the RenderingCompatibility property for your controls. this contact form

It's cargo-cult programming. It took me about as long to download the IE8 VHD as it did to solve the rendering issues. Reply Robby says: May 4, 2010 at 7:56 am Spending over 2 days at google, changing just about every property I could think of, moving div's etc, I've got just one Ma se è un comportamento normale, come mai VWD2008 non lo risolve automaticamente?

That's what we are going to do for now. Reply gummadi sri ramulu says: November 4, 2009 at 12:15 am i tried the same way what you suggested but when i done the 3rd step ie adding CSSFriendlyAdapters.browser it is But notice that Server B is missing a comment line before the Type.registerNamespace, etc.I think the next thing I need to do is find the source (no pun intended) of these However, when I use http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/KB962351/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=2294 , I get "The specified release was not found." When I go to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/962351 it lets me go to 969612 hyperlink.

Win2008 is fully patched and the issue is NOT fixed yet. Pro How 5 Companies Maintain Optimal .NET Performance Pro When Logging Isn't Enough: A Modern Approach to Monitoring Performance in Production Very Compatible DHTML Menu ASP.NET User Control 10 Ways to What is wrong? Editing rights for this article has been set at Bronze or above, so please go in and edit and update this article to keep it fresh and relevant.

Do you REALLY have to support IE6? –Jeff Watkins Apr 25 '13 at 13:17 Can you check the source and see how it's rendered? Luckily I haven't had to touch the code base until now. Reply Balássy György (MSDNKK) says: April 4, 2009 at 12:09 pm Ha a standard ASP.NET Menu vezérlőnek használjuk a dinamikusan kinyíló funkcióit, akkor készüljünk fel Reply IE8 Guy says: April 12, I found in my personal website the Child menus were not showing when I hovered over the root menu item.

I'd say give those a go. The new version is in the development process although. For any problems not solved by these patches, please contact support. Instead I had to install the hotfix as well as the css fix.

What Safari issue are you referring to exactly? @mcbeev: probably not, but the fix is in 4.0 already. @Juan: there is more than one patch in the download. https://weblogs.asp.net/bleroy/asp-menu-fix-for-ie8-problem-available Full source code is: 1: 2: 3: 9: