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    Nadeem Ali
    Css not working in IEAnswered
    Topic posted April 24, 2018 by Nadeem AliBlue Ribbon: 750+ Points 
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    Title:
    Css not working in IE
    Content:

    Customer portal looks fine in chrome but css not working in internet Explorer. 

    Adds all of this meta tags but still page not render correctly in edge browser, 

    <meta charset="utf-8"/>
        <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" charset="UTF-8" content="IE=edge" />
        <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">

    having lot of problem. may i mistaken some where in my code. please guide. 

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    Customer Portal
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    Best Comment

    Nadeem Ali

    It's my fault. due to some closing tags in html. Some <img> tags are not closed properly. 

    Comment

     

    • Willie Eide

      I checked around and this is what I found:
      Sadly it's been momentarily and voluntarily disabled by the Microsoft Edge team, apparently due to compatibility conflicts

      You may want to check out this ticket on Microsoft's site.
      https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/platform/issues/7970618/

      Does this sound like your issue as well?

    • Nadeem Ali

      OK, so that's mean this tags are not working here, any alternate way for this.?



      # Willie Eide

    • Willie Eide

      I'm with you -- I am reading Microsoft's updates. We are keeping an eye on their efforts

    • Ashley Wilson

      IE has caused issues for decades for UI developers, but the latest, IE11, works in most cases these days - you may have to use a few custom style rules, but it does the bare minimum to be supported without too much work.

      In my personal opinion, IE versions less than 11 should be systematically denied support so that users can move on to better browsers. If a user is unable to upgrade to IE11, that means they're also using an unsupported operating system, which is probably exposing them to security issues from unpatched vulnerabilities. So as an exercise is accepting duty of care to your users, you should force them to upgrade to newer browsers.

    • Deepu Kolkkadan

      Hi

      Upgrade your browser to IE 11, that will support this style.

       

      Regards,

      Deepu

    • Nadeem Ali

      It's my fault. due to some closing tags in html. Some <img> tags are not closed properly.