The purpose of this article is to provide answers to some common questions regarding the Internet Explorer browser automatically using IE7 document compatibility mode when accessing Portal.
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How do I know if my browser is using IE7 document compatibility mode?
In Internet Explorer:
Note that, although a meta tag might be present in the Portal environment indicating an a compatibility setting in Internet Explorer, other browsers such as Firefox or Chrome should load in the default standard compliance mode.
Why does the browser use IE7 document compatibility mode?
When using Portal, Appian automatically uses IE7 document mode in order to ensure compatibility with the Portal environment.
Which browsers are compatible with Appian?
A full list of compatible browsers can be found in the system requirements documentation.
How do I prevent my browser from using IE7 document compatibility mode?
Update the applications to use Tempo or Sites environments instead of Portal. Because Portal must use IE7 document mode to run, there is no way to run it without the browser appearing to emulate IE7 through IE7 document compatibility mode.
This article applies to all versions of Appian using Portal.
Last Reviewed: September 2018
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