Fixing Compatibility Issues in Web Applications and Add-Ons
The following sections describe how to update web applications and add-ons for Windows Internet Explorer 8.
|Fixing Compatibility Issues in Web Applications by Using Compatibility View||Describes basic mitigation steps and how to plan for future application compatibility while you are addressing any issues now.|
|Fixing ActiveX Installation Compatibility Issues for Standard Users||Provides suggestions for addressing ActiveX installation.|
|Rendering and Layout Changes||Describes rendering and layout changes in newer versions of Windows Internet Explorer.|
|Version Vectors||Describes the version vectors for Internet Explorer versions.|
|User Agent String||Describes the user agent string for Internet Explorer.|
|DEP/NX Protection||Describes Data Execution Prevention (DEP) or No-Execute(NX).|
|Compatibility||Describes DPE/NX in Windows Internet Explorer 7.|
|Protected Mode||Describes compatibility considerations with protected mode.|
Note The first section describes how to use Compatibility View. Compatibility View can help you address compatibility issues if you are migrating web applications to Internet Explorer 8 or if you simply need time to debug your application thoroughly as you prepare for native support of Internet Explorer 8.