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JBoss 5.x -- Is it possible to force IE into standards mode?  RSS feed

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I am developing and maintaining applications in an environment where some applications require IE compatibility mode to be running. I want all of the applications that I am responsible for to run in standards mode. However, some of the applications I am not responsible for do require IE to run in standards mode. This prevents me from requesting that IE browsers do not display intranet pages in compatibility mode.

I see examples where the following line can be added as the first line after the <head> tag in an HTML page...

Since the number of pages that I would have to add this to could be large, and may no longer be needed at some point in the future (and at such point, I could easily remove this line without modifying individual pages), is there a way to tell JBoss to add this tag as the first line of the document <head> on each page, at the application level? Is it possible to do this at the server level also, if the remaining applications are updated at some point?
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