@font-face and Firefox

Since I moved to Chrome a while ago and left mozilla behind for getting bulky and slow, I’ve been developing in Chrome most of the time.

By chance I ended up opening my site in Mozilla today to notice strange things going on with the @font-face declarations in my CSS, because my site uses either a .com extension or a .info Mozilla thinks they are too different sites and wouldn’t let the fonts load from one to the other.

The solution is quite simple, if your already have a .htaccess file add the following rules:

<FilesMatch "\.(ttf|otf)$">
<IfModule mod_headers.c>
Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin "*"
</IfModule>
</FilesMatch>

Although the asterisk might be to permissive you can change the asterisk for a domain or in the case of more than one domain just duplicate the whole “Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin “domain1.com” ” line and change the domain.

Student Area going offline.

For all my student from my instructor times back in 2009, I have sad news. The Students area if going offline.
I know some of you still use some of my classes an tutorials and for those of you here’s a link to get to it, but it will no longer be available through the main menu.

There comes a time for all of us to move on, and as I move on with my career I need some more space in my menu bar ;).

Best luck to you all. I’ll leave the comments open just in case but you all have my email.
old Students Area: http://darionovoa.com/area-de-alumnos/

The Contact me…

A friend made me realize I had no way of letting anyone contact me through the site, I was like “Are you sure?” and he was right, so I got a quick contact form in place.

If there’s anything you like to let me know just go ahead and send me some lines ;)