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We just upgraded to WebGrid 8 from WebGrid 7, and I have been migrating the pages to XHTML from HTML4. For the most part this has been going well, but we just got to a page that is using a hierarchical grid (Currently set to Preload). The issue is that under our companies current recommended browser (Internet Explorer 7), the change from HTML4 to XHTML appears to make the row height of all the records in the grid double. Anyone have any thoughts on how to prevent this from occuring? The grid appears to render correctly in IE9.
I have included a screen grab of the intersoft XHTML example running in IE9 vs our application in IE7 to illustrate the difference. It can also be reproduced on the live demo site of intersoft by switching the browsers document mode to IE7.
For this issue, I've tried many way to replicate this issue but unfortunately, it wouldn't be reproduce in our local end. I've tried to replicate it in our live sample but still it appears like normal (the row height is bigger but the column still like normal). I also attach the screenshot of our live sample here.
In WebGrid 8, there is a new property to define the Rendering mode of WebGrid. If you're using XHTML DOCTYPE, you can put XHTML as RenderingMode's property value. This issue probably happen if you're using HTML5 as your RenderingMode and view it in IE7 (IE7 doesn't support HTML5). Could you tell me how to reproduce this issue in our local end and the browser that you used to reproduce this issue?
Look forward to hear any feedback from you so I can help you further.
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