The examples below follow varying @font-face declaration conventions with an eye towards testing IE9's support for the WOFF format compared with its legacy support for Microsoft's proprietary EOT format. View source for details.

Where WOFF is used, League Gothic will be rendered. Chunk Five will be rendered when EOT is used. Any failed declarations will show as a monospaced font.

  1. EOT declared first. WOFF after local src. (Paul Irish's standard smiley syntax.)
  2. EOT declared first. No local src declared.
  3. WOFF declared first. No local src declared.
  4. WOFF declared first, EOT declared after local src.

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