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Why is it that that nobody ever mentions serving fonts over a cookieless (sub)domain?

Is it because you have to white-list your primary domain with Access-Control-Allow-Origin for font files?

I'm asking because I want to know if there's some reason not to do it.

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You've answered your own question Access-Control-Allow-Origin - most people do not know that this is a requirement. –  bybe Jun 26 '13 at 18:43
    
This also applies when setting up fonts on a CDN which is more common than using a sub domain due to even more speed benefits. –  bybe Jun 26 '13 at 19:42
    
I see. Thanks for confirming my suspicion. And that's a good point on the topic of CDNs. –  Mister Dood Jun 27 '13 at 1:57

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