Anti-aliasing

n.

Pronunciation

/ˈænti-ˈeɪliəsɪŋ/

Definition

A web design technique to reduce pixilation or jagged edges of images and fonts caused by output devices like printers and monitors.

By utilizing discoloration of the edges to produce smoother lines, images and fonts appear to have higher resolution and are visually sharper.

Category

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