@font-face not working in Firefox with relative paths

Posted on 2014-09-30
Last Modified: 2014-09-30
I have very little hair left right now. I have done this countless times and I can see the fonts working on sites I've built in the past, but for some reason the Raleway font is not rendering on this site in Firefox:

I used the font generator at Fontsquirrel.

Any solution or clue to what the problem is would be much appreciated before I go bald!

Question by:Alicia St Rose
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Do you mean the top menu?
It works in the responsive menu, but the top menu has no css for the font.

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by:Alicia St Rose
ID: 40353501
No I mean the whole site. Where ever there is Times Roman or Open Sans that should be Raleway. You can see it in Chrome. That's not the correct font in the Responsive menu either.

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by:Alicia St Rose
ID: 40353506
The font-family isn't showing up in Firebug even though it's in the CSS file. It's as if Firefox refuses to acknowledge it.
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Gary earned 500 total points
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Should be a comma after the font name and before sans-serif in the css classes.

Author Comment

by:Alicia St Rose
ID: 40353563
Apparently, a few of my brain cells took a vacation.

Thank you SO much!

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by:Alicia St Rose
ID: 40353564
My hero AGAIN!

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