Based on some research in internet I found that we can use HTML meta tag:
meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge"
to force IE to use highest supported document mode of the browser. Note: more about X-UA-Compatible you can find in MSDN documentation.
However, based on discussion in group Internet Explorer Dev Center looks like it’s better to send header
X-UA-Compatible in server response. Cite:
The only way I found to override the “Display intranet sites in Compatibility View” setting was by setting the
X-UA-Compatiblehost header for the particular site in IIS to “IE=8“. This overrides the browser setting–but the meta tag does not for some reason.
Source: Ben Ramey
Also, while the
X-UA-Compatible is a standard meta key, the value
IE=edge is not, and therefore the W3C HTML validator will give you an error. So, to fix it just send header from server with
Example configuration for IIS:
<system.webServer> <httpProtocol> <customHeaders> <add name="X-UA-Compatible" value="IE=edge" /> </customHeaders> </httpProtocol> </system.webServer>
For Apache configuration take a look at Apache httpd configuration for IE7 standard mode rendering in IE8 article. It says about IE8, but it’s still applicable for IE11 as well.