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Portal Webpage loading/refreshing issue in IE9 (Working fine in IE 8)  RSS feed

 
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We are having problems with loading a portal web application's web page. It just comes up with a blank white screen sometimes, or gets hung on 'refreshing browser' sometimes. It only occurs when attempting to view on a WIN7 (IE 9) machine. There is no issue viewing the same web page on an XP (IE 8) machine.

The application's web page is built using JSP, Ibm Websphere portal/portlets, Javascript etc.
Has anyone faced this browser version based issue? If so what should be done to handle this from programming side without modifying any browser settings?
 
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Narmita can you please elaborate it further.

if you could provide the URL then I might could help you.
 
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try changing your jQuery version if you use any..
 
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There are many cross browser issues due to css or javascript. Please see the links below if these help.

http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2010/06/07/the-principles-of-cross-browser-css-coding/

http://www.peachpit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=29977&seqNum=9
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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