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Candidate Recommendation Initial definition Browser compatibility Desktop Mobile Feature Firefox (Gecko) Chrome Internet Explorer Opera Safari Basic support 3.5 (1.9.1) 4.0 4.0 10.0 3.1 WOFF 3.5 (1.9.1) 6.0 9.0 11.10 5.1 The only difference is on Firefox. But if I put it in a fonts subfolder with the correct path code, all browsers work except Firefox. Browse other questions tagged css css3 or ask your own question. http://camtronics.net/not-working/font-face-eot-not-working-in-ie8.html

Reply ↓ Zandergraphics Permalink to comment# October 7, 2010 Not sure about the uploading, but I was getting the IO Error from fontsquirrel.com using Chrome and I switched to FF and Reply ↓ Mathias Bynens Permalink to comment# March 31, 2015 Corrections: Practical […]: Opera 27+ should be Opera 11.50+. If you download the "English" subset, you won't get those characters. Do you have any advice or ideas for a work around?

@font-face Not Working In Chrome

Put all the fonts into the same directory with the css. May 25, 2011 at 08:11 PM Tony

I converted a font (delicious) using the generator on optimal settings and on Chrome & Opera, the word spacing is crazy, almost like Are there more people facing this problem, is it a known issue? Like this: @font-face {} @media screen { styles... } @media print { styles... } Reply ↓ Andy Permalink to comment# December 5, 2011 THANK YOU!

Anil Permalink to comment# January 12, 2012 Hello Chris, I have used the embedded font it works fine. It looks nicer on Firefox though, but still... more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed @font-face Css Go Ethan!

James Reply ↓ supperman Permalink to comment# February 20, 2011 Is there a way to midify an existing otf fonts? Css Font Family Not Working Reply ↓ Simon Permalink to comment# October 30, 2014 Got this to work by declaring the https and http as seperate font-families: @font-face { font-family: 'andika_basicregular'; src: url('http://www.banditbirds.co.uk/themes/simplebird/fonts/andbasr-webfont.eot'); src: url('http://www.banditbirds.co.uk/themes/simplebird/fonts/andbasr-webfont.eot?#iefix') format('embedded-opentype'), TSA broke a lock for which they have a master key. Mylius Modern) from a website when it already exists on the local machine?

April 4, 2011 at 02:40 PM Harv

@font-face fails over https:// in Firefox on both Mac and PC. @font-face Not Working Locally April 15, 2011 at 11:00 AM Katrien

And the problem is solved :-) Hosting provider did it wrong the first time. Browse other questions tagged html css font-face or ask your own question. Cheers, Stefan 5 people like this Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in

Css Font Family Not Working

If you are going to use an ancient browser, you probably don't even know there are fonts other than Times New Roman, Arial and Verdana and you aren't going to see While some users do not have to use extended language parameters like cyrilic, arabic etc., I for example have to use them. @font-face Not Working In Chrome Reply ↓ ilter Permalink to comment# February 20, 2011 What browser do you use on that WinXP machine? Css @font-face Not Working I can't seem to fix either problem effectively and is leading to some glaring issues on the test site.

and for you, there is a pretty okay fix to that: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 @font-face { check over here IE will try to parse the second src value, but it can't understand the local() location nor the multiple locations, so it resorts to the EOT instead. Thank you. al utilizar esta herramienta no logro una visualización nitida de las letras en todos los exploradores por ejemplo en chrome me salen como borrosas igual sucede con IE6, existe alguna forma Font Face Src Local

Thank you to Scott Kimler and Richard Fink for helping with the tireless research on Opera's quirks. Reply ↓ Lucas Permalink to comment# April 14, 2012 Excuse me Chris Coyier, What piece of css would I write for .otf fonts? I needed to come up a level first, then into the fonts folder. his comment is here June 6, 2011 at 01:31 AM Janelle

Hi there, I am a newbie trying to figure some things out.

November 21, 2010 at 07:57 AM Gavin Murphy

I'm using this on a new web site and at certain font sizes (whether using px, em, %) the character height is How To Use @font-face Paul Irish has an older post on this (dubbed "FOUT": Flash Of Unstyled Text). Here are some tips to sort out what might be the problem.

Any idea ?

This will be, for me, the discovery of the year! All I have been doing up to this point is to put a css link H&FJ provides into the head and and just putting putting the regular declaration of font-family, font-weight Here's a comparison of the two methods. Font Face Generator Please let me know, cheers.

Reply ↓ Steve Permalink to comment# June 5, 2011 Try FontForge its free. My font size is 41px for example, and fits perfectly, but when it falls back to Arial, the font size is doubled in size! George Dicu Permalink to comment# September 26, 2010 I use Paul Irish Bulletproof Method, but in IE7/8 did not work for me insted Firefox and Opera did the job well!! http://camtronics.net/not-working/font-face-not-working-in-firefox-or-ie.html Let's go over each one and get a better understanding of what they mean.

Reply ↓ cyn3rgy Permalink to comment# February 22, 2015 @xavhan, use the developer tools and look at the network section (files the browser downloads), seems to work ok for me. on a folder called fonts? Since it is working for every major browser (including ie8 and ie9) I'm assuming the paths are correct, and since my testing site is not at the root, i cannot give The Google Font URLs should use HTTPS.

share|improve this answer edited Aug 15 at 11:56 pistache 2,2581440 answered Aug 15 at 11:49 Eric Godoy 111 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Not sure exactly what your why?? i given css like this… body { font:12px ‘NumansRegular', Arial, sans-serif;} (not working) but it not apply as a default font & size to my all html pages . Now the site is messed up.

Answer: Neither! Here's a nice breakdown of existing system fonts. Reply ↓ Szatanica Permalink to comment# June 26, 2014 But google fonts sometimes have older versions of the fonts and they render weirdly because of that. Candidate Recommendation Font format specification with new compression algorithm WOFF File Format 1.0The definition of 'WOFF font format' in that specification.

What browser and OS are you using? –doitliketyler Mar 16 '12 at 20:30 Yup everything is where it should be...I noticed this issue when I installed jQuery slimbox, it Hopefully its as simple as that.