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  • #38122
    brent_james
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    I am using @font-face in my CSS that works great on Safari, and Chrome but with Firefox & IE the font does not work. The second issue is, I have line-height applied to the navigation links in my header, except in Firefox/IE it’s about 5px off on positioning.

    #103019
    brent_james
    Member

    Sorry heres the site:

    IntendtoInspire.com

    #103050
    spadooky
    Member

    it looks exactly the same in safari and firefox on a mac. is your version of firefox outdated, perhaps? http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/753529

    #103062
    brent_james
    Member

    I’ve updated all my browsers, but now IE and Firefox will not display the @font-face.

    It just defaults to the generic font and the line height is off by a few px.

    Any help?

    #103077
    brent_james
    Member

    ?

    #103090
    brent_james
    Member

    IE & Firefox are the worst. Really need some help with this.

    Anything to try?

    #103112
    swirv
    Participant

    First of all, please take this criticism constructively. OK, in FF everything looks fine for me. However, in Chrome this site is riddled with ads (is this post spam or are you really wanting help with this site?). The fonts render fine in both browsers.
    Your CSS is in in the head of the document and not a separate file. The browser will have to load this each time the the user navigates to a new page, unnecessarily adding bulk to the layout. (linked css files are cached by the browser and do not have to download each time.)
    The #HeaderImg div is not in the “header” div. This isn’t a problem.. it just bothers me.. I feel like if it is in the “header” of the document visually, you should try to put it in the “header” section(div/header,whatever).

    The site looks good.. but smells funny. What is the point? Ad farm?

    Seeing as the page does not exhibit the errors you posted about, you either fixed it, or your install of FF is broken. OR you are just farming.

    #103114
    brent_james
    Member

    No sorry about the ads i was messing around with placement. Thats not my intent at all and thank you for the compliment about the site.
    I kind of fixed it i found a similar google font that displays almost the same as the @font-face and i am happy with it.

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