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Posted on 30-01-06 02:42
Thanks for the posts! It worked! Ok I remembered what I had to ask :

I'm using CSS font Embedding on my site, and it works fine when i'm previewing it in IE via Dreamweaver 8 ( coz embedding is not supported by FF ). When I upload it on my server, the font is not embedded! Any ideas?

I can't really post the source code because it's pretty long Sad.





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Posted on 30-01-06 06:24
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echo "
<body bgcolor="#FFFFFF">Thanks for the comment!";
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Posted on 30-01-06 06:32
Cynoxx_ wrote:

I would like the color to be changed at the "Thanks for the comment" dialog.

all you have to do is
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echo "<b><font color='red'>Thanks for the comment!</b></font>";



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Posted on 30-01-06 16:04
Thanks alot! It worked!

CHECK EDIT TO HELP ME ABOUT ANOTHER THING


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Posted on 30-01-06 16:59
Hey,
It should work in firefox as its a standard. Eg.

<p style="font-family:courier, serif;font-weight:bold">

The above thing should work. Check the following URL:

http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_reference.asp#font

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Posted on 31-01-06 02:31
This would work, but it's not what I want to do...

I'm using custom fonts, which were done in Microsoft WEFT to put them in .eot files. It works locally, but not remotely...

Here's my test server : http://www.pixel.. . .index.html

Check it out and tell me what ya think!




Edited by on 31-01-06 02:33