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  • Table in the migrated website is not displaying properly : Windows Server 2008

    I just migrated a website from shared server to Windows server 2008. The table displaying contents in a website is not showing properly in the Windows server 2008(asp.net 4, IIS 6), but good in the shared server.

    From the Windows Server 2008::

    i.imgur.com/LvcPHGB.png

    From shared server::

    i.imgur.com/vMCNHvD.png

    I hope somebody can give me a clue. This may not be an issue with code as it is working properly in the shared server.

  • #2
    Re: Table in the migrated website is not displaying properly : Windows Server 2008

    Presumably you have checked the original pages are the same?

    Unlikely to be a web server issue, although since it is ASP you will want to check the rendered HTML source too. Has any other component of the page not been migrated (back end data, include files...)?
    Tom Jones
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    • #3
      Re: Table in the migrated website is not displaying properly : Windows Server 2008

      Thank you for your reply Ossian.

      Fortunately it is now resolved. It was an issue with css id, but not sure how this mismatch happened.

      This was found by checking from the browser, "Inspect Element"

      I am not well aware about codes and css, but "Inspect Element" helped me out

      Thank you.

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      • #4
        Re: Table in the migrated website is not displaying properly : Windows Server 2008

        Thanks for reporting back
        Tom Jones
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        Ossian Ltd
        Scotland

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