I am able to fix it by applying following. Works well in ie 10/11 or lower versions as well Firefox/Chrome.
If we have a Master Page in Web Site and all other Page’s are Content Page; then Master Page Page_load Event, add this.
All Content Pages will reflect the changes.
If no Master Page, this can be added in each individual page's page_load event.
protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
It is so sad and frustrating to see that Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 & Up does not fully support web sites using Microsoft’s Own Products such as Visual Studio 2010, IIS7 and MS SQL Databases. The only choice MS is giving the end user is very simple; upgrade OS/Browser’s/Development/Database products to latest versions if one is using their products.
In reality, can any organizations afford to spend that much money b/c every 3-4 months MS will release a new version or upgrade those organizations Web programs based on new IE requirement?
But other Browsers such as Firefox or Google Chrome fully support’s Websites that are built from Microsoft ASP.Net Products. Not any issue there.
I am not the just one developer who is complaining about IE 10 or up; millions others are in the same boat. Many simply all together abandoned IE out of Frustration.