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hi,

I have created a website http://www.sayhellomaldives.tk which has compatiblity issues for firefox and IE8.

the site works fine if you run in IE6 or compatibility mode in IE8

I have googled the internet to find a solution for the problem but i havent been able to find a solution for the problem..

I know people have made websites in asp.net and it is compatible with firefox and latest browsers.

My website has been made in asp.net C#, Visual Studio 2005.

Can some one help me out to solve this compatibility issue with my website...

I want this site to be compatible with IE8,firefox chrome mainly..

Please check my site on the given link above...

This is my first website i have made in asp.net so i am quite new to this.

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hi,

No one to address this issue...

Can someone tell me how to deal with the compatibilty issue.

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i have googled and some people say to add <browser Caps> under the <system.web> in the web.config file of the asp.net project ...

i have attacheda notepad doc of the browser caps ...

but this even is not solving the compatibility issue....

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<browserCaps>

<!-- GECKO Based Browsers (Netscape 6+, Mozilla/Firebird, ...) //-->

<case match="^Mozilla/5\.0 \([^)]*\) (Gecko/[-\d]+)? (?'type'[^/\d]*)([\d]*)/(?'version'(?'major'\d+)(?'minor'\.\d+)(?'letters'\w*)).*">

<!-- browser=Gecko -->

browser=Netscape
type=${type}

frames=true

tables=true

cookies=true

javascript=true

javaapplets=true

ecmascriptversion=1.5

w3cdomversion=1.0

css1=true

css2=true

xml=true

tagwriter=System.Web.UI.HtmlTextWriter

<case match="rv:(?'version'(?'major'\d+)(?'minor'\.\d+)(?'letters'\w*))">

version=${version}

majorversion=${major}

minorversion=${minor}

<case match="^b" with="${letters}">

beta=true

</case>

</case>

</case>



<!-- AppleWebKit Based Browsers (Safari...) //-->

<case match="AppleWebKit/(?'version'(?'major'\d)(?'minor'\d+)(?'letters'\w*))">

browser=AppleWebKit

version=${version}

majorversion=${major}

minorversion=0.${minor}

frames=true

tables=true

cookies=true

javascript=true

javaapplets=true

ecmascriptversion=1.5

w3cdomversion=1.0

css1=true

css2=true

xml=true

tagwriter=System.Web.UI.HtmlTextWriter

<case match="AppleWebKit/(?'version'(?'major'\d)(?'minor'\d+)(?'letters'\w*))( \(KHTML, like Gecko\) )?(?'type'[^/\d]*)/.*$">

type=${type}

</case>

</case>



<!-- Konqueror //-->

<case match="Konqueror/(?'version'(?'major'\d+)(?'minor'\.\d+)(?'letters'));\w*(?'platform'[^\)]*)">

browser=Konqueror

version=${version}

majorversion=${major}

minorversion=${minor}

platform=${platform}

type=Konqueror

frames=true

tables=true

cookies=true

javascript=true

javaapplets=true

ecmascriptversion=1.5

w3cdomversion=1.0

css1=true

css2=true

xml=true

tagwriter=System.Web.UI.HtmlTextWriter

</case>

</browserCaps>
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Am i the only person who got this compatibility problems..with asp.net website
I donno whats gone wrong.while i developed the website compiled and it executes even...

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