Font Emoticons
[resolved] some issue with the path? multiuser (3 posts)

  1. goddess_dix
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hello. First off, I LOVE this plugin, simple, lightweight, classy replacement for standard emoticons. It's perfect for what I need!

    I have it set up on a WordPress multi-user install, as an aside (which may or may not be related to the issue here) I had a great deal of trouble with the domain redirection recently and discovered sometime after setting domain mapping, the replacement emoticons do not show any more, I'm assuming it's a path or re-write rule issue. Any suggestions?

    Here's an example, at the bottom of this post. http://www.afoolsjourney.com/2013/01/11/tarot/cards/weekly-tarot-forecast-jan-14-2013/

    Help appreciated.


  2. Sebastian Krysmanski
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Your file "font-emoticons/font/emoticons.svg" is broken. I'd guess that you've transferred it via FTP in ASCII mode and your FTP program "optimized" the svg file. You need to make sure to transfer it in binary mode instead.

  3. goddess_dix
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Thank you for the response. I had actually installed it from the plugin page, and manually re-uploading didn't fix it.

    After some additional research, I discovered it was related to a "file uri origin" (file:///) policy in Firefox, since I'm running multiuser with mapped domains.

    adding the code here to my .htaccess and clearing cache corrected the issue.


    Sharing this here in case someone else runs into the same issue.

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