Making google fonts crisp on any browser

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    David Browne
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    I had a peak at one of my sites while in some internet cafe the other day. It was a windows computer, but I was on firefox. I was horrified to see that the title of my website was VERY pixelated which I had never seen before. On that same computer the fonts on gmail and other sites looked fine. I don’t know what to do to change this. Any ideas?

    I did a bit of research and found the ‘text-rendering’ in CSS which tells the browser how to load fonts. Is this something I need to change on my site. I tried it and viewed my site on “https://browserling.com/” which checks numerous browsers but I can still see the pixelating.

    I am using the new Epik theme

    Here is a link if it helps.. http://nomadspirit.net

    It is the site title which I saw the problem. I am using..

    .site-title {
    font-family: ‘Kaushan Script’, cursive;
    font-size: 48px;
    font-size: 3rem;
    letter-spacing: 1px;
    letter-spacing: 0.0625rem;
    text-rendering: geometricPrecision;
    }

    (the bottom line was just me trying the text-rendering out but doesn’t seem to have changed anything)


    We are Dave & Erin. Full time travellers and designers. Currently in Sydney. Follow us on Google +. I’m new to twitter so be the first to say hey Twitter

    Note: Known to give only give negative critique on design. I don’t mean to offend anybody, it is just more efficient pointing out mistakes than saying “yes, its beautiful” every time. :)

    http://nomadspirit.net
    #63362

    David Browne
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    thinking back.. i may have been on chrome actually on windows. It definitely wasn’t IE though


    We are Dave & Erin. Full time travellers and designers. Currently in Sydney. Follow us on Google +. I’m new to twitter so be the first to say hey Twitter

    Note: Known to give only give negative critique on design. I don’t mean to offend anybody, it is just more efficient pointing out mistakes than saying “yes, its beautiful” every time. :)

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