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Hi,Several parts of the WebTextEditor aren't rendered correctly in Internet Explorer 8. The toolbar is incorrectly rendered, as you can see in the attached file "Metro toolbar from sample.png" which was reproduced at http://live.intersoftpt.com/cs/WebTextEditor/WebTextEditor/MultipleSections.aspx?noframe=1&path=/WebTextEditor/Rich%20Text%20Editor/Core%20Editing%20Features
The insert table popup frmom the toolbar is incorectly rendered, which cause the last two "cells" of the first row to wrap at the start of the second line and so on. This can be seen in the "Insert table.png" attached file.
Hi Bernard,I just tried your proposed solution, but those solutions are absolutely not possible to use. Changing the rendering more to XHTML doesn't fix the problem (even using the XHTML doctype). I also tried changing the rendering mode to Quirks, but for this to work I also have to change the doctype of my pages to quirks, otherwise the issue is still there, and that is something we can absolutely not do our pages have to remain in the standard html doctype to work according to the standards and be compatible accross all browsers.I need a solution to this problem that will work with the standard html doctype.Regards,Alex
I tried to replicate your issue in here. Unfortunately, this issue doesn't happen in our local end. You couldn't look that sample in IE8 because in that sample, it using HTML5 doctype in its master page so the rendering in IE8 will be messed up. However, when I tried to show that sample by changing the doctype to HTML4 and change RenderingMode attribute to Quirks value. this issue doesn't happen in my sample. It also happen when I'm using XHTML doctype with RenderingMode XHTML. It shows properly. Could you explain me in detail the step that you use to replicate this issue in your local end? I attach the screenshot as proof in here. And if this matter still happen in you local end, please let me know. I will gladly help you to resolve it.
screenshot link: https://www.mediafire.com/?g9979l6419374rg
It's better if you change all the doctype to HTML5 doctype because it will be standard doctype for each latest browser and it has supported in each modern browser. However, I don't think it will be rendered properly in IE 8 because IE 8 doesn't support HTML5 doctype so might be in this browser your rendering will be messed up for some of our control.
I think it's easy to change our control to support HTML5 doctype. You just need to change the doctype to HTML5 and change the RenderingMode to HTML5. Please also remember that HTML5 doesn't have fluid height. You must set height and width value for each element above our control. If you have ensure all these requeirement, our control will run properly in HTML5. If you have any further question, please don't hesitate to ask us. Hope this helps.
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