Internet Explorer Compatibility Mode exception for sub domain


When adding a site to compatibility list in IE it adds the domain. Is there any way of excluding a sub domain?

For example I want to view in compatibility mode but not

Any advice would be great.

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Yes, you can add the subdomain to the compatibility view list and not If the domain is local then make sure to deselect the Display Intranetsites in compatibility view mode option.

BerryGardensAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the advice and link.

I must be missing something, when I add it just adds the - I'm using IE11.

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BerryGardensAuthor Commented:
Boom - brilliant answer thanks. I had tried this but didn't use the F12 to confirm the sub domain would run in compatibility mode. Thanks very much.

BG :)
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