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IIS Issue?

Posted 18 September 2012 - 05:04 PM

When I browse from my ISS 7, my web application loads correctly in IE. When I input the server link in chrome, firefox or safari, it loads correctly. when I open in IE8 or IE9 using the server link, it looks horrendous.

The page is suppose to display a bunch of horizontal boxes with gauges in them. It does this using display:inline-block; inline gave me a world of issues as well.
div.box {text-align:left;display:inline-block;  margin-right:1px;margin:2.5px; height:230px; width:255px; border: thin groove black; cursor:pointer; vertical-align:top; overflow:hidden;}


I have !Doctype declared at the top, so it's not that...

Do ie8 and ie9 still have issues with inline-block?

I also use vertical-align - maybe this is the problem?

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Re: IIS Issue?

Posted 19 September 2012 - 10:23 AM

Figured it out, I had compatibility view on. Unchecking that option makes it ok.
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