Sep 28, 2009
Internet Explorer 8 introduced a new mechanism for ensuring backwards compatibility with websites built for IE7, so "the web" didn't break with IE8's more standards compliant rendering. You could tell IE8 to render your website as IE7 and therefore avoid having to fix potential problems with markup or stylesheets. You can do that in two different ways:
Using a meta-tag:<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=7" />or this HTTP header:X-UA-Compatible: IE=7
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