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Go Ethan! The syntax we developed forces IE9 to take the WOFF over the EOT, but if it is served on IIS, it will fail. Additionally, when viewing locally on my computer, IE9 does display the font, just not when fully live. Been trying to solve this problem for ages –Boni Jan 31 '13 at 12:09 1 If I could upvote this 100 times ... have a peek at this web-site

In his article he lists a few reasons why he prefers the semantics of this alternative. This is because IE9 requests the WOFF file, but since WOFF is not a defined MIME type in IIS, a 404 Not Found error is returned. 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 Reply ↓ maxorxy Permalink to comment# May 26, 2013 @chris: Thanks a lot for this! @Curtis: Did you test it with src: url(‘Oranienbaum.ttf’); ?

Font Face Not Working Ie9

The font objects created by WEFT differ from traditional font files in a number of ways. Developer Network Developer Network Developer Sign in MSDN subscriptions Get tools Downloads Visual Studio MSDN subscription access SDKs Trial software Free downloads Office resources SharePoint Server 2013 resources SQL Server 2014 Yes No Additional feedback? 1500 characters remaining Submit Skip this Thank you! I've used the vendor prefixes for keyframes and such, but I didn't know it could be applied to font positioning.

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. That led me to try something. It's called the Fontspring @font-face syntax. Font Face Ie See the Pen Using for custom fonts by CSS-Tricks (@css-tricks) on CodePen.

requestAnimationFrame for smart animating Semantics in practice and mapping semantic value to its consumers WebKit for Developers Paul Irish doesn't care about attribution, b. — It's all yours under Creative Commons Ie9 Woff Syntax @font-face { Font-Description } Parameters Font-Description String that specifies one or more of the following descriptors: ValueMeaning font-family:fontFamilyName A valid font-family property value. Craig Patik Permalink to comment# March 8, 2015 WOFF is less than half the file size of TTF (and WOFF2 is even smaller). Thanks Lore Permalink to comment# November 7, 2012 Firefox has a bug for Print Preview when using @font-face.

My other thought is that it's a rights issue. Css3111: @font-face Encountered Unknown Error. Firefox? font-weight: bold; font-style: normal; } If your font is bold. The margins and padding is always different between chrome and FF.

  1. Each is prefixed by "U+" and multiple, discontinuous ranges are separated by commas.
  2. Reply ↓ Paul Wallas Permalink to comment# February 19, 2013 Is there any fix (i'm at that stage where dirty fixes are accepted) that resolves or at least improves the font-smoothing
  3. Reply ↓ JB Permalink to comment# February 15, 2013 Should "MyFontFamily" in "Usage" in the example at the top of the page be "MyWebFont" to match the @font-face declaration?
  4. And as with CSS you can put it either in HTML or CSS file, but puting it in HTML doesn't really make any sense, because if CSS file loads quicker then
  5. Any solution?
  6. Any ideas?

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Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Css @font-face not working in ie9 up vote 2 down vote favorite 4 I managed to use a custom font which works I'll go through each line. Font Face Not Working Ie9 In my case font name was bello-script and font family was bello. @font-face Not Working In Ie11 Reply ↓ sraddha Permalink to comment# February 15, 2012 You can get all the font format from http://www.font2web.com/ My font face does not showing in IE7, it's working when i am

Reply ↓ Dave K Permalink to comment# March 14, 2012 I dont know why but I cannot get this Google font to work in Firefox (or any other for that matter). http://bookread.org/not-working/font-face-not-working-in-chrome.html Be cool. Was is ever resolved? Now what about them? Font Family Not Working In Ie

src: url('webfont.eot?#iefix') format('embedded-opentype'), /* IE6-IE8 */ ... } Or if you prefer @import the syntax for Google is the one to use. Not too sure how to even go about fixing an issue like this. Google made the web fonts freely available, thats nice. Source So if the file is downloading with the url and you've got it working in other browsers, and in IE6, 7 and/or 8, you can look at another possibility: Fix IE9

See if that works. Font Face Src Reply ↓ Rojan Gh. Reply ↓ Rojan Gh.

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Example Win | FF (21) on IOS https://www.dropbox.com/s/fg9z2j5sw4ai3au/fonts-error.png (sand color arrow font on white background, on FF the font is rendered too bold can't see the arrow) CSS properties that applied: Don't be a hero. See ASP.NET Ajax CDN Terms of Use – http://www.asp.net/ajaxlibrary/CDN.ashx. ]]> Developer Network Developer Network Developer Sign in MSDN subscriptions @font-face Failed Opentype Embedding Permission Check. Permission Must Be Installable. Basically it's IE9 cross domain blocking.

I was working with FontAwesome which didn't work in IE 9. Which security measures make sense for a static web site? I'm using ASP MVC3 rebuilt, used custom tool, still nothing. have a peek here Reply ↓ Michael A.

In addition, fonts are typically published with certain restrictions regarding use and distribution. We appreciate your feedback. Was it worth it? The font face isn't being overridden by another CSS stylesheet.

Different Levels of Font Embedding OpenType and TrueTypefonts include permissions defined by the original publisher of the font to detail when and how a may be embedded in a document. I don't think that program is fathomable.