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  1. Hi, My test page works fine in Chrome. I'm using font-face in my CSS: @font-face{ font-family:Toba; src:url(styles/fonts/Toba.ttf); } but in Mozilla log, I always get this error message: downloadable font: download failed (font-family: "Toba" style:normal weight:normal stretch:normal src index:0): status=2147746065 source: *** the font never showed up. Well, it succeed sometimes but most time didn't, weird. How we use font-face for Mozilla? Thanks!
  2. Ronja

    Mozilla design issues

    Hi. I am making a website for a friend who has a ridingcenter. I am having some issues with Mozilla. First issue is that i have used div, p and css to create a "link" line on the pictures in the image slider. This is working great in Chrome and Safari, but mozilla is for some reason splitting it in two lines. I have used <li> tags inside he <ul> which is the slider. Any idea on how i can get Mozilla to read it in the same way as chrome, or any better ways to do this? E.g. <li class="carousel-inner clearfix"> <img src="img/bilde3.jpg"> <div class="carousel-caption"> <p class="cycle"><a href="rideskole.html" class="button1">Vil du bli like god som Sigrid? <font size="2"> Trykk her</font></a></p> </div> </li> 2nd issue is that i have used instafeed to display instagram pictures in the end of the main page. Chrome and safari is displaying these according to the "zoom" design attribute, but mozilla for some reason dont display this, and is not zooming the pictures. Any idea why? Zoom is put in the CSS code: #instafeed { zoom: 1.6; margin: 8px 15px 15px 14px; padding:5px 5px 1px 5px; } I really hope for some good ideas, as i have spent a lot of time trying to solve this Best regards, Ronja
  3. So basically i would like my navigation to be on all browsers except IE 0 to 6 <![if !IE]> //So this would also have to have from ie 7 to latest <!--[if IE]> //This from ie stone age to ie 6 Site: http://mudsaf.info/
  4. Well im having this problem on IE when my div closes and after that starts footer there is space like | | and when mozilla firefox there is no space after div and footer. So end of code goes like this </div><footer>© <?php echo $currentyear . " " . $websitename; ?> | Frequently asked questions | Terms of Agreement & Rules | Contact us</footer> Works like charm on mozilla but annoying space on ie or Chrome I could get quote from some1 that said "My code works in all decent browsers, ofcourse this means it won't work on IE"
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