How to fix: has been blocked by CORS policy: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource.


I am hosting a few fonts for my Django application on spaces. They were working ok for a little bit but now I get this error:

has been blocked by CORS policy: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource.

How do I fix this? I have set the CORS policy on Spaces for this bucket as follows:

Origin: https://*

Allowed Method: GET HEAD

I do not know what to do with allowed headers. Any help would be much appreciated.

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OMG I HAVE THE SAME ISSUE NOW, its driving me crazy. I have tried everything

Bobby Iliev
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April 14, 2023

Hi there,

It seems like you have the correct CORS policy for the origin and allowed methods, but you might be missing the required headers.

What I could suggest is to try and add the appropriate Access-Control-Allow-Headers for your DigitalOcean Spaces bucket"

  1. Go to your DigitalOcean Spaces dashboard.
  2. Click on the desired Spaces bucket.
  3. Navigate to the “Settings” tab.
  4. Find the “CORS Configuration” section and click on “Edit CORS Config”.
  5. Make sure you have the following settings:
  • Allowed Origins: https://*
  • Allowed Methods: GET, HEAD
  • Allowed Headers: Content-Type, Origin, Accept
  1. Save the changes.

Let me know how it goes!

For more information about this you can check out the documentation here:



I do not currently have a domain attatched to the app as it’s still in development. As soon as its finished I’ll set it to one. for now I’m using which is why I set it to *

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