font-smoothing css

How do I get font-smoothing to work on my h1, h2, h3 & h4 titles?
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COBOLdinosaurConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I don't know what the cause of it is, but it is not isolated.  I think this is the 7th or 8th question on the subject that I have been part of in the past 3 weeks.  That is unusual, but Firefox did an update around Christmas and Windows had updates around Christmas that may have included IE.  I am not sure when the last release of Chrome was.  However Chrome has a documented problem which is why there is a plugin.

It may be that the problem was less obvious, but as manufacturers each go there own way they are creating a bigger difference in rendering and making things more obvious.

One of the thing I point out to web developers is that users are coming to a site for content, not to examine the fonts, and if something is really ugly it can be fixed, but it is the small irritating things that only a developer actually notices that drive us to the local bar for a few belts.

Firstly, you need h1, h2, h3 & h4 as I found only h2 and h4. Secondly, you need to set it up for each browser separately.
-webkit-font-smoothing for webkit browsers for example.
For Chrome you need This plugin

carolsanjoseAuthor Commented:
Why do I need font-smoothing on this website when I haven't ever needed it before on other websites?
Usually, Verdana font looks good.
Just ignore it, as it looks professional anyways, if you do just a design. If you also host it I would suggest you to enable compression and leverage browser caching, so you pages will load twice faster.
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