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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. 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"> &l
  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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