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Forcing Browser to use quirks mode

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Any idea how I can make my ie browser revert to quirks mode no matter what the doctype in a webpage is?
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If you're using IE8+, you can change which rendering mode is used manually with the Developer Tools.

The only way to do that automatically would be to create a custom proxy that modifies the page to trigger quirks mode when you browse the Web.
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