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+2 votes

how to add below code to nginx?

location ~ .(ttf|ttc|otf|eot|woff|woff2|font.css|css|js)$ {
add_header Access-Control-Allow-Origin "*";

2 Answers

0 votes
by Expert


Please, read the documentation before asking.

At the end of the site command docs you will find the NGINX setup per site section. Also you can read : https://webinoly.com/support/313/nginx-configuration-for-woocommerce

Are you sure you need to add that header? Webinoly already does it.


oh, i'm sorry because don't read documentation. I will follow this tutorial. thank you
+2 votes
by Rookie

Just create fonts-nginx.conf file in /var/www/yoursite.com/ directory and add this piece of code. Webinoly adds Access-Control-Allow-Origin for all the extensions except .woff2. It works perfectly for my setup.

location ~* \.(woff2)$ {
   include common/headers-http.conf;
   include common/headers-https.conf;
   add_header "Access-Control-Allow-Origin" "*";
   access_log off;
   log_not_found off;
   expires max;
by Rookie
When I create a file to add rules to nginx, such as custom-nginx.conf it seems that the default webinoly configuration file is no longer considered, that is, nginx only considers my custom file. I would like to add just a few additional rules not to replace all

Does that happen to you?
by Rookie
For me adding custom-nginx.conf is working perfectly fine. Default webionly configurations are considered as well
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