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Compatibility problem of IEWebConrols

We use IEWebControls (including TreeView and TabStrip) in our Dot Net
application. It works fine in IE6.0. But the treeview does not work in IE5.0,
Netscape and Firefox. When we click the item of treeview, the expected result
is that the tree will be expanded and shows the sub tree. But in Netscape,
IE5.0 and Firefox, when we click the item of treeview, the tree disappears
and we can not go ahead. I got some information through the Internet; I tried
some solutions they provided, but it still does not work. Would you please
give me some suggestion? Thanks in advance.

Jul 21 '05 #1
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