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Jonathan
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Jonathan asked on 24 Jun 2016, 09:38 AM

Hi

We have a site which uses Telerik controls extensively and has been operating for many years.

For many years users were told to use Internet Explorer in compatibility mode as this was the only way that the Telerik would work.

 

Recently they upgraded  to the latest version of the Telerik control. I have extensively used custom skins when applying the upgrade,

all straight out of the book as it is my first experience with telerik.

<link href="/MySkin/Grid.MySkin.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"  id="Link1"/>

 <telerik:RadGrid

     Skin="MySkin"

     EnableEmbeddedSkins="False"
      ID="rgdRoles"
      runat="server"
      >

etc.

I got the site working in IE, Edge, Firefox and Chrome flawlessly.

However when the users come to use it in IE with compatibility mode

none of the custom skins are shown and the site looks like a dogs dinner.

When I look at the recourses used for styling, the skin css files are not being implemented.

if I undo the compatibility then they are.

 

My customer is insistent that complatibility mode is maintained. My question is: how can I implement

this with the custom skins.

 

Thanks

 

jonathan

 

 

 

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