Compatibility of Microsoft Expression Web Menus in Safari

Posted on 2012-08-13
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Last Modified: 2013-11-19
My company web site was designed using Microsoft Web Expression. The master aspx page includes two menu tools/components that function well in Internet Explorer and Firefox, but not in Safari. Is there a reasonably simple adjustment or property setting that can be made to attain compatibility with Safari short of rewriting the menu code?
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Found the answer. By placing this statement in the "Page" line of the html, Microsoft Expression Web menus render correctly in Safari:

<%@ Page ClientTarget="uplevel" .... %>

Thanks to ew-resource.co.uk asp tips.

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