Thanks. That pushed me in the right direction.
It seems that the issue is with the .svg files. Your web server is returning .svg files as xml and it should be rendering them as images.
Here is mine:
here is yours:
So it seems like a .svg mime type configuration issue.
Thank you Robert. I don't have any errors in the console but I will look for your previous threads per your recommendation for addressing the MIME error and post an update here. This does appear to be a CSS lost in translation issue... thank you for the guidance.
Kind of you to offer Robert! No, it is not accessible externally. The app is on the intranet, which may be part of the problem... I think I might set up a proxy to see if that helps.
That would not make sense that it works in Firefox if it is a proxy issue though. So you are sure in Chrome when you open the network tab and scroll through the network requests there are no red line with with 403 or 404 errors?
Its all OK with 200's except for a couple of 304 and 307 for text/plain types and the css font family Ubuntu... I sorted by status to verify and there are no 403 or 404 errors.
I would rather not use a proxy if it is unnecessary. It works like a charm in firefox. I also tested the web server config that removed and replaced the fonts MIME/type registrations, but had no change on the publication server. I am stumped?
I could host it externally for testing or send you the app in a ZIP for testing if you thinks it a worthwhile investigation and you are up for it!