This property is used to control the usage of the Kerning Information that has been stored in the Font. Kerning defines how letters are spaced. This property will have no visible effect for those fonts that do not have kerning information.
- auto: It is the default value. The Browser decides whether font-kerning is applied or not.
- normal: It is used to specify that font-kerning is apply normally on the browsers.
- none: It is used to specify that font-kerning is not applied.
Supported Browsers: The browsers supported by CSS | font-kerning Property are listed below:
- Google Chrome 32.0 -webkit-
- Internet Explorer 10.0
- Firefox 34.0
- Safari 7.0
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