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  • faisalb6
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    It's ok now. Thank you for help

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  • faisalb6
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    I'm back ...
    Hi, the problem is resolved with your help but how can i fix the IE display to show the home page with the emulator modification because after changing the document mode and I refreshed all return as beginning

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  • Glenn Vergara
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    Originally posted by Mark.B View Post

    I've added a quick and dirty display of the user agent now!
    The user agent doesn't seem to be working properly. Based from the OP's screenshots, yours returns an IE11 user-agent while mine returns an IE7 one.

    faisalb6, do what Wayne said. But I wonder because when the debugger is closed, it should run as IE11. Do you see this in the address bar?

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  • Wayne Luke
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    When viewing the page in IE11 press F12 on your keyboard. If necessary select the Emulation tab in the developer tools that appear. Make sure that Document Mode is set to "11 (Default)". Set Browser Profile to "Desktop". Finalley set User Agent String to "Default". After refreshing the page do you still have the same problems? Do any of the values change when you refresh the page?

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  • faisalb6
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    Ok but it is running on intranet with wampserver. When an How ?

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  • Mark.B
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    Really going to need access to the site to investigate further.

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  • faisalb6
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    Hello,
    I did what you asked me and I took the screenshot printed on both requests. And it does it in any computer.

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by Mark.B View Post

    It would. It's a very old script that I haven't updated at all other than adding IE11 detection into it.
    When I get time I'll improve it (it doesn't show Firefox or Chrome version numbers any more, though it did used to).
    I've added a quick and dirty display of the user agent now!

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by Glenn Vergara View Post
    It would be nicer if the user-agent is also displayed.
    It would. It's a very old script that I haven't updated at all other than adding IE11 detection into it.
    When I get time I'll improve it (it doesn't show Firefox or Chrome version numbers any more, though it did used to).

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  • Glenn Vergara
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    Press F12 > Open Console tab > Type navigator.userAgent > Enter

    That should contain the browser version. Post the result here.

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  • Glenn Vergara
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    Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
    Go to this link and tell me what version of IE it thinks you are using:
    http://www.bowlandcentral.com/forum/browser.php
    It would be nicer if the user-agent is also displayed.

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  • Mark.B
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    Go to this link and tell me what version of IE it thinks you are using:
    http://www.bowlandcentral.com/forum/browser.php

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  • Glenn Vergara
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    Does this issue happen to IE in all computers in the intranet?

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  • faisalb6
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    I try both of solution but nothing changes

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  • Glenn Vergara
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    Remove the site from the compatibility list.

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