i recently setup a Xibo digital signage solution for a small local business and needed to use Windows instead of Ubuntu. during the layout setup, i realized that a website that i created to host the store info as well as the local weather using a iframe from forecast.io, was not displaying correctly. i could use it in IE, but not from within the Xibo client. i came to the conclusion that compatibility view was enabled. i checked the settings in IE, but found it wasn’t enabled. i did some searching and found a way to force IE to not use compatibility view using the following meta tag:
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge" />
from the MSDN page
Edge mode tells Windows Internet Explorer to display content in the highest mode available, which actually breaks the “lock-in” paradigm. With Internet Explorer 8, this is equivalent to IE8 mode. If a (hypothetical) future release of Internet Explorer supported a higher compatibility mode, pages set to Edge mode would appear in the highest mode supported by that version; however, those same pages would still appear in IE8 mode when viewed with Internet Explorer 8.
it worked for me and the page was able to load in Xibo without any further issues.