We had the same problem with IE9 Our solution. Set the starting page markup to: meta http-equiv=X-UA-Compatible content=IE=edge/ -- View this message in context: http://apache-wicket.1842946.n4.nabble.com/Forms-marked-as-multipart-do-not-work-with-ajax-and-IE9-tp3502174p4606081.html Sent from
On Thu, Nov 24, 2011 at 7:24 PM, Stijn Maller stijn.mal...@gmail.com wrote: Sorry to come back to this old issue, but we are struggling with it too and unfortunately the solutions mentioned do not seem to work for us. Our app already specified the doctype for html 4, and I also tried the html 5
Sorry to come back to this old issue, but we are struggling with it too and unfortunately the solutions mentioned do not seem to work for us. Our app already specified the doctype for html 4, and I also tried the html 5 doctype after reading your mails, but to no avail. Our page is being rendered
Hi, We have a form that you can make comments in against something. This is submitted normally via a AjaxSubmitLink, however if you attach a file to the form then then form is submitted in a normal non-ajax request. The problem I'm seeing is if a form is marked as multipart/form-data then is
We found this issue as well, but a developer here was able to resolve it by fixing one of our DOCTYPE declarations. He mentioned that IE9 was being put into Quirks mode because we left out the URI of the dtd. This is the new DOCTYPE declaration we are using with the URI included: !DOCTYPE html
Fow new projects I would really consider to use html5 header: !DOCTYPE html Not only it is the most up to date but it turns browsers and IE8, 9 into strict mode and IE6, 7 into almost strict mode . So it gets the best out from the http clients: none of them is using quirks mode with it.