Remember, we had a weird @font-face declaration issue? Azec Elahi. The article says they have a bulletproof solution. | The New Bulletproof @Font-Face Syntax | Fontspring | The New Bulletproof @Font-Face Syntax | Fontspring | Since the beginning of the 'webfont revolution' we've relied on somewhat hacky @font-face declarations to get webfonts loading cross-browser. Could there be a better way? One that's clear and compatible with future browsers?

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Thanx for sharing the article. Although, this article is very old, Mahbub Ron vai.. we have been using this bulletproof technique alright. But currently at almost every cases we go for google fonts or typekit fonts. So declaration issue is no longer our headache.

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