htaccess file name changes on CDN and Firefox fails to use web font
I am using W3TC with a self-hosted CDN and stumble upon what i think it’s a strange issue: whenever w3TC uploads new files to CDN, it get rid of . (period) in the htaccess file.
Hencer, .htaccess file becomes htaccess
Because of this, Firefox doesn’t read the
Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin "*"directive fails to read the webfont, which throws a 404 for the webfont file.
1 – Is this an intended behavior or is it a bug?
2 – is there a workaround?
3- Thanks in advance
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