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Strange Issue with Fieldset & CSS in IE9

Strange Issue with Fieldset & CSS in IE9

Strange Issue with Fieldset & CSS in IE9

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So I have an <asp:Panel> control with it's GroupingText property set which will end up rending as a <fieldset> control.

Inside this Panel/Fieldset I have a button and have it's style property set to "float: right".

If I view this in IE8 or Chrome the button shows up fine but when I view it in IE9, the button disappears.

I can view the source and see that the element is still actually there, it's just not displayed.

Anyone else come across this issue or know why it would be happening?

Example:
<asp:Panel ID="pnDateRange" runat="server" GroupingText="Date Range" Width="500" DefaultButton="btnFilter">
<asp:Button ID="btnFilter" runat="server" Text="Filter" style="float: right" />
</asp:Panel>

RE: Strange Issue with Fieldset & CSS in IE9

Although you are using Visual Studio to create your markup, this is really a CSS question.
You'd be better off posting here: forum215: HTML, XHTML & CSS

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