I have a problem with the file upload control in MVC. My DOM element looks like @Html.TextBoxFor(m => m.logo, new { id = "logoUpload", type = "file", @accept = "image/*", @onchange = "showpreview(this);" }) onChange event looks like function showpreview(input) { if (input.files && input.files[0]) { var logo = $('#logoUpload')[0].value; var fileName = logo.match(/[^\/\\]+$/); var extension = fileName[0].substr((fileName[0].lastIndexOf('.') + 1)); extension = extension.toLowerCase(); if (extension != "jpe" && extension != "jpg" && extension != "jpeg" && extension != "gif" && extension != "png" && extension != "bmp" && extension != "tif" && extension != "tiff" && extension != "psd") { …

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Hi., I'm new to php using yii framework.The radiobuttons in the radio buttonlist are not displayed in IE9 and above.The code written is as follows. The radio buttons are displayed well in all the remaining browsers and also below IE-9(even not in IE-9). how to resolve this issue. <div class="services_opts"> <ul> <li class="house_cleaning"> <div class="row-fluid"> <?php echo $form->radioButtonList($homeModel, 'HouseCleaning', array('1' => 'Please clean my house', '0' => 'Not Required'), array('separator' => '     ', 'class' => 'styled', 'id' => 'HomeServiceForm_HouseCleaning')); ?> </div> </li> <li class="car_wash"> <div class="row-fluid"> <?php echo $form->radioButtonList($homeModel, 'CarCleaning', array('1' => 'I want my car to be washed', …

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I am getting a very mysterious bug when I run my java website in Browser Mode: IE9 Compatibility View - the sessions stop working and I have no idea why. I don't think there is a tag or any code that I can include in my website that can force the client browser not to run in Compatibility View. I am using this tag to force the browser to pick the latest Document Mode though: <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge"> I am using this code for setting the session in my LoginController.java: import javax.servlet.http.*; HttpSession session = request.getSession(true); session.setAttribute("userObj", curr_user); and this …

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Hi there, I have a problem with one of my websites. Some users are complaining that the site wont load in IE9 when others are saying it works fine in IE9. Some people report a 404 error, others report a 500, and some people are saying the page is just plane blank! Personally the site loads every time for me on multiple IE9 machines from which I have tested it. This is causing me a bit of a headache. **If you are running IE9 and are able to test this website for me please visit www.ukpumpsupplies.co.uk and see if the …

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Microsoft has released YAIESA, or Yet Another Internet Explorer Security Advisory if you prefer. This time, [SA2757760](http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/advisory/2757760) warns about a new zero-day out there in the wild which impacts all users of Internet Explorer 9 and earlier versions. It's the usual case of targeted attacks being spotted which could lead to the remote execution of malicious code if you happen to view an infected website. ![dweb-ie9rip](/attachments/small/0/dweb-ie9rip.jpg "align-right") Although users of Internet Explorer 10 are not affected according to Microsoft, which accounts for a tiny minority of IE users of course, this does amount to what I see as the final …

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IE9 is on the horizon, and there has been plenty said about it. But what about its web development aspects? In this article I look at its web developer tools, and decide whether I'll start using it in my own web development. Like most web developers, I abandoned IE several years ago, only using it when I have to fight with cross-browser compatibility issues (which, thankfully, have mostly gone away thanks to third-party libraries such as jQuery, where other people took care of the cross-browser headaches for me). At some point with an earlier version of IE, Microsoft managed to …

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I have read(in an unsolved thread) that IE9 does not support framesets. i still use ie8 and it works just fine for me, but when i upgrade, ie9 acts like its infected and hangs i tried reinstalling with security essentials disabled, but no luck, could windows defender be interfering? i searched technet and the web a little bit, but i gave up and went back to 8 i use win7 pro, 2.1GHz cpu,1.5GB ram This is not an emergency, so please only post if you are 100% sure you can help or need more information about my system or network …

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Hello, I have a problem with an Ajax call on IE9. I have searched the internet and this forum for solutions for a few hours and can't find an answer. I have a coffee roastery site (developed with Codeigniter), where the users can order coffee bags online. The user selects the blend and the quantity he wants and press a button to display the updated quantities on the right side of the screen. Of course, works find everywhere besides IE9. The problem is that in IE9 it just displays the last value the user added and not all the values …

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Hello, I have a sprite dropdown menu that works fine everywhere besides IE9. In IE9 the menu just doesn't drop. I have search the net for 2 days trying to find a solution with no success. My html code: <div id="nav"> <div id="menu"> <ul> <?php if($title == "Home"): echo '<li class="selected"><a href="#" class="home">Home</a></li>'; else: echo '<li><a href="' . base_url() . 'main" id="home" class="home">Home</a></li>'; endif; if($title == "About Us"): echo '<li class="selected"><a href="#" class="about">About Us</a></li>'; else: echo '<li><a href="' . base_url() . 'main/about" class="about">About Us</a></li>'; endif; if($title == "Our Coffees"): echo '<li class="selected"><a href="#" class="coffee">Our Coffees</a></li>'; else: echo '<li><a href="' . …

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Thought the days of having to use a particualr web browser client in order to use a specific site were over? Think again if this conversation between a user and eBay support is anything to go by. ![dweb-ebay](/attachments/small/0/dweb-ebay.jpg "align-right") As a journalist who has spent the largest part of the last 20 years online, not a great deal makes me sit up and my jaw drop with disbelief anymore. However, when a chap called Mike Hall copied me in on a support conversation he had with eBay, I have to admit I was rather in danger of spitting my coffee …

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I am trying to connect to an external server via FTP using windows explorer. On other computers I have no problems but on 2 computers, the windows explorer comes up and asks for the password as usual but will then run through twice and time out. Clicking on the refresh button then brings up the relevant folders and the connection is made. Unfortunately while this is eventually working, it takes a considerable time to come up. I am running windows 7 and IE 9. I have turned off all firewalls, doesn't help. I have also added the website as a …

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I am a self taught "elementary" html coder (still find hard to resist putting formatting on the page along with the content) and have created two web sites for orgs I belong to: [url]http://www.conservancyonmayne.com[/url] and [url]http://www.vivaldichoir.org[/url]. I recently added a code snippet I found at Digital Point that performs a Google search on the local site. Delighted to find it worked first time (the original more complex piece of code that interacted with Google directly became useless due to its mistaken attribution of "mass e-mail" proclivities to each and every computer it was tested on - by self and many …

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Not sure if it's a spyware/malware problem, but typing in any field on a web page using Internet Explorer 9 is unbearably slow. I type in a single letter and can wait up to 30 seconds for it to appear on the screen. I suspect a keylogger or something, but it could just be an IE issue that can be cleared up. When I run the same pages in Firefox, I have no problems typing. A log of my HijackThis scan is below: Anyone else have this problem or can help me? Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.4 Scan saved …

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Hi there, I was wondering if anyone could look at my site if running IE9 and see if they are experiencing the same problem I am... The top header tabs are missing. They show up in IE8 and other browsers. They are a main feature on this page and am wondering if I can do anything to get them to show. [URL="http://www.newtowncentre.org/festival"]http://www.newtowncentre.org/festival[/URL] Thanks!

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I've got the most annoying and strange issue with a the website I'm developing here: [URL="http://www.lisabmagdalena.co.uk/new2/template.html"]http://www.lisabmagdalena.co.uk/new2/template.html[/URL] When the page initially loads into IE 9 it looks as it should, right down to the radiused borders, but if I hit F5 and refresh the page it immediately breaks the layout & drops into compatability mode. If you then close the browser and reload the page again all is good. The page renders as expected in IE8, Firefox, Chrome & Safari, BUT in IE8 compatability mode it looks like it does on refresh in IE9, so I guess that's the clue, but …

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Hi Guys I am trying to create simple rounded corners - which I thought IE9 was supposed to now support, BUT for some reason it STILL doesn't seem to work. I know there are plenty of work-rounds, BUT am I doing something wrong? I have this: [CODE] #footer{ clear:both; padding:10px; border-radius: 5px; }[/CODE] I've tried declaring ALL radius, no help either. [URL="http://www.lisabmagdalena.co.uk/new2/template.html"]W.I.P page is here[/URL], looks fine in all bar IE9!!! This is driving me a little nuts ;) If anyone can help that'd be great. If not then I suppose I'll use Javascript / conditional statements to cover ALL …

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I have 2 very similar pages. The first loads fine in IE9, the second does not. I get no error message on screen or in developer tools. Page just does not load: good: [url]http://www.mfwbooks.com/products/M50/40/10/0/1[/url] bad: [url]http://www.mfwbooks.com/products/M50/40/15/0/1[/url] Any ideas? If I turn on compatibility view for the site, the second page does load.

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Hi, I recently built a new html site and it looked great in FF, Chrome, Safari, and IE8. When I view the site in IE9, it expands vertically, leaving spaces between the images and generally destroying the page layout. I don't know if this is an issue with my html coding or IE9. Here's the site: [URL="http://www.northshoresmile.com/"]http://www.northshoresmile.com/[/URL] Any advice would be appreciated. I want to make sure this is fixed before IE9 gets out of Beta. Thanks.

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I am currently using a anylinkmenu in my website but for some reason it is not showing in IE9. The menu works and you can click on the links but the images aren't displaying. Does anybody know if there is an image display compatibility issue in IE9 please. Best Regards, Tom.

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With Internet Explorer 9 being acclaimed as the fastest ever browser client from Microsoft, DaniWeb decided to put it to the test against Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari and see just how quick it really is in a real world test of web browsing speed. You can read our [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/reviews/review318661.html"]review of the Internet Explorer 9 Beta here[/URL]. [attach]17608[/attach]A certain degree of nerdiness, no doubt, drives so many publications to take the microsecond benchmarking suite approach to testing. While we certainly do not dismiss these tests as pointless, measuring the speed of the browser JavaScript engine and core rendering speeds are …

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Internet Explorer used to reign over the web browser client kingdom with a seemingly vice-like grip, but the latest statistics suggest that the Microsoft market share crown is slipping significantly. Although Chrome only has a 7.98 percent share according to one recent report, it has carved that out in a relatively small period of time. Firefox, on 22.96 percent continues to climb but Internet Explorer has slipped to 'just' 59.65 percent. OK, so that remains a pretty dominant position to be in, but when you consider that not so long ago Microsoft was looking at a browser market-share of 90 …

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Hi there, am working on a new website and was testing it in Chrome and Firefox (looks fine) and when testing it in IE9, the top header image has shifted way off to the right. I can't figure out how to get it to stay put. Any suggestions from the brilliant audience members? [url]http://home.comcast.net/~waynetorrance/sunrisehill/[/url] Thanks!

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The MIX10 Microsoft Developer Conference is always good for a laugh or two, but just who was rolling on the floor after the IE9 preview code was revealed? Certainly Microsoft is deadly serious about Internet Explorer: The Next Generation. So serious that it has apparently created a new development team dedicated to the project which promises to be less a case of feature creep and more a matter of proving that it is truly committed to the whole IE browser brand in the face of stiff, and innovative, competition from both Mozilla and perhaps especially Google in the form of …

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