4 Replies Latest reply on Mar 21, 2013 10:28 AM by Rodrigo Silva

    Insert custom meta data in portlet pages

    Erik Berg Newbie



      we are currently running GateIn 3.1 Final and developing IE8 specific portlets. In most cases, the users have a setting defaulting their rendering agent to IE7 compatibility mode. This works fine in general, but in one specific case the content of the page overflows and we want to use the CSS property overflow-x: scroll/auto. This is a bug under IE7, because the scroll bar does not appear. In this case we want to insert a meta property in the header to force the page to run in IE 8 standards mode:


      <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=8">

      My question is: How can I manipulate the meta tags / header node in the html produced by the GateIn template?