When using Webfonts via @font-face or other CSS3 methods, some browsers like Firefox and IE will refuse to embed the font when it’s coming from a 3rd party URL because it’s a security risk. The solution is very simple, just add a few lines in your .htaccess file to permanently solve the problem. Please add
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Impress.js is a presentation framework based on the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers and inspired by the idea behind prezi.com.
All major browsers (even ie4+) now support the @font-face css property. Unfortunately there are still some kinks: Different browsers support different formats. You can specify multiple formats within a css file, and as long as you can provide .eot, .ttf, and .svg you’ll be okay Firefox does not allow cross-domain fonts by default. This means
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CDATA Sections are used to escape blocks of text containing characters which would otherwise be recognized as markup. All tags and entity references are ignored by an XML processor that treats them just like any character data. CDATA blocks have been provided as a convenience measure when you want to include large blocks of special
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