A state of the art CSS framework for normalizing HTML elements display across browsers, regardless of version, vendor, or platform
While CSS reset files take all page elements and reset all their defaults to 0, normalize.css targets only specific elements that need a reset, elements known to cause display problems.
Many industry experts recommend using normalize.css over CSS resets, and many modern UI frameworks favor it over them.
Some of today's bigger websites use normalize.css, starting with Twitter, GitHub, Soundcloud, Medium, The Guardian, and so on.
- Cross-browser supported
- HTML5 & CSS3 support
- Font rendering support
- Mobile device support
- Preserves useful element defaults
- Corrects a wide range of browser inconsistencies
- Well-commented code
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What's New in This Release:
- Only alter background-color of links in IE 10.
- Added menu element to HTML5 display definitions.