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Question In classic ASP site,"Find On the page"(Ctrl+F) search not working.

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I am testing ASP application in IE10 compatibility mode. "Find" (Ctrl+F) option for the browser is not working only for my ASP site. Means, when I press Ctrl+F and try to search for the word, its not selecting the word even its there in the page. Same is working in IE9 not working in IE10. after some time, when I click on the link again or refresh the screen, search for same word its finding word (This scenario also working only if we don't close the find bar. mentioned 2 scenarios below). This is happening in compatibility mode (Browser mode:IE10 & Doc mode: IE5 Quirks).

Scenario 1:
Open site --> do Ctrl + F to find word --> it will not give result.
Now without closing find bar, refresh the screen. try to search same word. It will find the word.

Scenario 2:
Open site --> do Ctrl + F to find word --> it will not give result.
Now close find bar, refresh the screen. try to search same word. It will not find the word.

When browser is not in compatibility mode, Its working fine(finding result). If we don't use compatibility mode, Some other screens having problem (design issues). So, I have to run the browser in compatibility mode only. Please let me know & suggest the solution for browser search in compatibility mode.

Thanks in Advance!
 
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your issue has nothing to do with classic ASP at all. Classic ASP is a server side language which is interpreted on the server. This info is then streamed to the browser as HTML, CSS, javascript, jQuery etc. Its at this point you are firing Ctrl+f. Your question is better suited in another language/section more suited to this. I would advise StackOverflow as the best place to get a good answer very quickly, just use the correct tags....
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