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Sahil Chib I assume that you are talking about this code.. https://code.sololearn.com/Wfu7dxmfxy8l/?ref=app And this works fine in pc too..in sl browser.
Did you put DOCTYPE in browser version of your HTML code?
Martin Taylor hi can I message you personally
Sahil Chib I found this recently while trying to load a shared file in a VM... https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/openspecs/ie_standards/ms-iedoco/e3f53c89-d2d1-4db3-828f-fcbfe861b609 Apparently compatibility mode is set on Intranet sites, and will downgrade the user agent to IE7 on Win10. This will break all kinds of HTML, CSS, and JS on your pages. You either have to manually unselect the option in browser settings or make sure you use appropriate !DOCTYPE exceptions (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/openspecs/ie_standards/ms-iedoco/380e2488-f5eb-4457-a07a-0cb1b6e4b4b5 ) to make the browser use IE11 (or Edge) compatible settings. The meta tags in the code overrides the compatibility mode settings in the browser settings. So, as others have mentioned... Check your browser settings.
what program did you use to run the copied code from sololearn
If it's HTML save your file with .html extension and open it in a web browser.
Coding Kitty html
chris I did
chris but not working only blank white pafe
Sahil Chib it is not possible to message me personally as I access SoloLearn through a web browser.
Kode Krasher I tried everything but not working
Kode Krasher chrome latest