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Posted on 2012-03-28
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I have this very simple site:

http://tinyurl.com/797vsae

The H1 and P text is supposed to use a font called museo slab but the font is not rendering. Can't figure out why. Any idea?

h1 {
      font:500 40px "museo-slab-1", "museo-slab-2", "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
      color:#49413c;
      margin-bottom:20px
      }
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Question by:lvollmer
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by:Tom Beck
ID: 37776892
@font-face {  
  font-family: yourFontName ;  
  src: url( /location/of/font/FontFileName.ttf ) format("truetype");  
}  
 
/* Then use it like you would any other font */  
.yourFontName { font-family: yourFontName , verdana, helvetica, sans-serif;  
}  

From here: http://randsco.com/index.php/2009/07/04/p680
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by:lvollmer
ID: 37777097
that doesn't seem to be working, here is the amended CSS:

/* CSS Document */
@font-face {
	font-family: Museo500;
	src: url(http://s130859622.onlinehome.us/hp/sitedown/MuseoSans-500.otf) format("opentype");  
}
@font-face {
	font-family: Museo700;
	src: url(http://s130859622.onlinehome.us/hp/sitedown/MuseoSans-700.otf) format("opentype");  
}
body {
	background:#f1f1e7 !important;;
}
#wrapper {
	width: 940px;
	padding-top: 0pt;
	padding-right: 10px;
	padding-bottom: 0pt;
	padding-left: 10px;
	margin-top: 0pt;
	margin-right: auto;
	margin-bottom: 0pt;
	margin-left: auto;
	box-shadow: 0pt 0pt 20px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.05); 
}

h1 {
	font-family: Museo500, sans-serif; 
	font-size:40px;
	font-weight:500;
	color:#49413c;
	margin-bottom:20px
	}
	
.body {
	width:570px;
	margin:auto;
}
.body p {
	font-family: Museo300, sans-serif; 
	font-size:24px;
	font-weight:300;
	color:#49413c;
	margin-bottom:20px
	}
#tabs ul {
	margin-left: 0;
	padding-left: 0;
	display: inline;
	} 

.social {
	margin:0 auto;
	padding-top:20px;
	padding-bottom:100px;
}

#wrapper ul li {
	padding: 2px 15px 5px;
	list-style-type: none;
	display: inline;
	}
	
.footer {
	clear: both;
	color: #f1f1e7;
	background-color: #524c39;
	height:100%;
}

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Expert Comment

by:Tom Beck
ID: 37777201
In my test with the Museo500 font, the downloaded font renders correctly in Chrome and IE. Do I need to check a specific browser or version?
Museo500
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Tom Beck earned 500 total points
ID: 37777270
I now see that the Museo500 font looks quite different than my test when viewed on this site.

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/exljbris/museo/500/
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Author Comment

by:lvollmer
ID: 37777285
yes - I usd the wrong museo font, it is supposed to be museoSLAB not museosans, I am changing it now and will report back
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Author Closing Comment

by:lvollmer
ID: 37777309
Thanks - I got it working on another server.
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