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I have a site where the conditional,

<!--[if IE]><![endif]--> 
<!--[if IE]><meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge,chrome=1" />

shows in the header, but I can't figure out where it's coming from. I've checked the template.php, .htaccess, html.tpl.php, common.inc, an everywhere else i can think of. Any ideas of where this is hiding, or how I can find it would be greatly appreciated.

  • What theme are you using – Patrick Ryan May 15 '15 at 17:50
  • @PatrickRyan I'm using the a theme called dawn – Zod_42 May 15 '15 at 18:40
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Grep your codebase for drupal_add_html_head() calls or "X-UA-Compatible" text. This can be inside any module. If you still don't find it, and you have the PHP filter module enabled, you might need to search the field_data_body table for calls in PHP code stored in the DB.

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I was going to check the theme for you but it looks like that's a private theme so I'll try to outline some other places you can check.

The most common places you would find it are html.tpl.php and template.php but it sounds like you've covered those. If it's not in html.tpl.php then it is likely being added with drupal_add_html_head().

Other places to look outside of the ones you've already checked could be in your /modules folder - looking for any custom modules that came with the theme. If the tag is being added with drupal_add_html_head() then it could be in a custom module.

If not in template.php, check if the theme uses individual files for preprocess functions. ie look for html.preprocess.inc or something similar.

The theme might have some *.inc files for random features - you can check those as well.

A quick grep of your theme folder for drupal_add_html_head or X-UA-Compatible would likely get you your answer quickly.

  • All of the preprocess is all being done in the template.php file. I've searched every other file in the theme folder, with no hits for "X-UA-Compatible", or "drupal_add_html_head". – Zod_42 May 15 '15 at 20:36
  • Try the last option and grep the entire theme folder that you purchased, it will certainly show up. There is grep for windows if you don't have access to linux. – Patrick Ryan May 15 '15 at 20:50

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