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Feature fonts different in different browsers

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I am working on


On the frontpage there is a feature. But the H1 font is a bit of a mystery...


In Safari it looks like this:

In Firefox like this:


I use the PageLines Googlefonts plugin and the font, Titillium Web, is set to Light...? 


Is there anything to do or is a matter of accepting this? I thought the webfonts would show up the same in every browser?


Thank you :-)


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Hello Bolette


Different browsers handle CSS differently so it is a matter of testing and then rectifying the problem browsers with some Custom CSS. 


I recommend using Firebug or your browsers built-in web dev tools and inspect the problematic sections to find the correct code.

For assistance visit our custom CSS documentation -

To make life a little easier there is a plugin to help with this http://www.pagelines...ns/browser-css/

Inspect the font to see if you can change it in specific browsers. Maybe light in one browser will look the same as lighter in another or so on. 

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