Do You Use Reset.CSS?
Browser compatibility issues with how they render HTML differently is a common problem for web designers and developers.
Reset.CSS, if you are not already using it, can save some time from the CSS editing process.
What is Reset.CSS?
Reset.CSS is simply a collection of CSS styles which removes and neutralizes the inconsistent default styling of HTML elements.
By using Reset.CSS, you simply clear the default values of web browsers and you won’t need to alter these differences for every element again.
There are 2 popular Reset.CSS styles:
How to use Reset.CSS?
Using Reset.CSS styles as another CSS file or by inserting the Reset.CSS styles at the top of your CSS file is enough.