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Thread: Reset CSS

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    Do people still use the CSS Reset methodology/code (i.e. Eric Meyer’s reset.css) to solve browser inconsistencies? Do those inconsistencies still exist?

    Thanks - just curious of that thought process.

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    Yeah - I use it sometimes - depends on the site.
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    I usually don't do it like that.

    I normally use the following, to reset everything to the same for layout.

    *{
    margin:0;
    padding:0;
    }

    As far as i know, this always has been working for me.
    But i will give this method a try next time i build a webiste.

    Thnx for the share.

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    Yes, it is a very good practice to use a reset.css file when setting up your sites actual css. This in the long run will help save a lot of headaches when cross browser testing and q/a.


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