Why is the font showing differently on these two pages?

I have the same three bullet points starting off two pages. On this page the bullet points look the way I want them to; on this page the font is bigger. Both CSS files say font-size: 1.2em. It seems I can work around this difference by setting the size smaller (0.9em in the CSS file for the second page seems to equal 1.2em in the CSS file for the second one) but it is really bugging me that I can't understand why there is a difference. Puzzled

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Font looks strange in Chrome - why?

I've got two questions today; here is the second one.

In Chrome, the font on this page is rendered strangely (screenshot). It looks right in Firefox (screenshot).

Firefox is not rendering fonts properly...dammit

Hi, everyone. I have a website at http://silencepress.info and I have trouble with Firefox compatibility regarding embedded fonts. I used fontsquirrel to make an @font-face stylesheet and linked said stylesheet in the code. It works fine on IE and Chrome, but Firefox does not want to render the fonts.

Any help is greatly appreciate, thank you very much.

Here is the web code (note: it is a tumblr theme)

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">

IE6 to IE8 migration issues

I'm currently migrating my existing application which runs smoothly in IE 6 to IE 8. While doing so I noticed that the font appearance is different in both the browsers. For example the button names are looking some what bolder in IE 6 than how it appears in IE 8. Also the font of the content inside a grid are not alike. I tried changing the font properties. However it is of no use. Is there a definite solution for this problem? Or is this a bug in IE 8? Can someone please share your thoughts on this.

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