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our hosting thinks that setting the CORS policy to * is too permissive - can there be a more specific setting? Hello @kmondora, Thanks for sharing your question with the Klaviyo Community! Since it sounds like you own a custom font, can you confirm if you’ve hosted the font anywhere yet? Because custom fonts are not hosted by a third-party source, you would need to host the font yourself either in your site’s assets or a font hosting platform in order to generate a shareable URL that can be accessed by platforms such as Klaviyo. Once hosted, also keep in mind that the Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) setting must be enabled by setting the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header to * in order for to be accessed. If you were looking to use this custom font in a signup form, I would recommend reviewing the Adding Custom Fonts to the Form Builder - Adding a Custom Font subsection of the Custom Fonts in Signup Forms article. For instructions on how to use a custom font in an email template,
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