Web font kerning
Web font kerning depends on browser support.
This font has kerning: AWESOME
(browser support varies)
This font doesn't: LESS AWESOME
WAVES & WAR
Firefox makes use of kerning information by default, webkit browsers offer
the property text-rendering: optimizeLegibility;, and Internet Explorer 10
exposes -ms-font-feature-settings: "kern" 1;.
The text-rendering property is an SVG property not defined in any CSS standard,
see MDN text-rendering
The following CSS properties cover the main browsers at the time of writing:
-ms-font-feature-settings: "kern" 1;
to no AVAIL
The future is CSS3 font-kerning
A new CSS property for the control of font kerning is included as part of a
W3C Canditdate Recommendation
as of 3 October 2013,
which should contribute to more standard kerning control in all browsers some time in the near future.
This property can be made use of with a CSS vendor prefix, -webkit-font-kerning, with the values
auto | normal | none.