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I'm using WP-Cufon for font replacements. It's adding extra cufon canvas out side of p tags in my page, which is seriously messing up my layout. The URl is this: http://doscasas.com.mx/dev/. But it shows alright in IE!!! Why is it happening? How can I solve it? I'm having same kind of problem with all-in-one cufon plugin too.

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I think this is more a Cufon problem than a Wordpress one, you should check out the documentation and support at Cufon.

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Thanks. I posted in cufon forum and in wordpress support too. I asked it her because I used all-in-one cfon before in another site, and although it had some problem with IE, this kind of problem didn't happen. – Samia Ruponti Jun 7 '11 at 8:28

I used to use cufon until I found a better way of dealing with custom fonts. This issue you are having is a cufon problem not WordPress.

I'd look at using @font-face in CSS instead of replacement techniques. Font Squirrel is a good place to get fonts to use on your site and has a generator tool to make all the css code and different font formats for you.

Unfortunately this isn't a WP plugin but shouldn't be too hard to get this into your theme.

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Hope you don't mind the edit. – kaiser Jun 7 '11 at 17:01
@kaiser - I cannot see what has changed... from the history it looks like the link was removed but its still there... – Brady Jun 7 '11 at 17:04
I just exchanged the "[" & "(" so the link works. – kaiser Jun 7 '11 at 17:04

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