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To fix this issue, Web site owners and administrators can add a meta-tag that tells Internet Explorer 8 to display an entire site or a specific page like Internet Explorer 7. That is, the meta-tag causes Internet Explorer to render pages in either Internet Explorer 7 Standards (Strict) mode or in Internet Explorer 5 (Quirks) mode, based on the Doctype element declaration.
So you add one line of code to your Web site or page. For more information about the symptoms and details, see Your Web site may not display correctly in Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1. For more information about compatibility, see Internet Explorer Compatibility.
But there's also features for you to incorporate into your Web sites.
For more information, see Internet Explorer 8 Readiness Toolkit.