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error with font loading -- HTTP 400 bad request error


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The font you selected is not on google webfonts.

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Ok, so a 400 error is just from the way the font picker works, looking for the font on Google even if it's a font without the * G next to it in the font picker. Thanks.

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Do you need further assistance with this issue?

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Hi Cliff,

 

I'm not a developer, but my research shows that 400 errors are a temporary disconnect between the browser and the website or data source.  It could be as simple as a cache issue.  My recommendation is to clear any cache plugin, and if you don't have one, clear the browser's cache.  The request sent by your browser to the server is essentially malformed, which can result from an incomplete request, such as an interruption of some kind, ultimately resulting in the call upon the server being incomplete. Since the font is called from yet another server, it seems possible that the call could be coming from your server to Google's -- which indicates it may be cached, at least to me.

 

Worst case, it can't hurt to clear a cache.

 

See this for additional reference: http://www.checkupdown.com/status/E400.html

 

Let me know if this helps.

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