Reset CSS

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A CSS stylesheet file for resetting CSS rendering problems, probably the most used piece of CSS code ever used on the Internet to this day




Eric Meyer's Reset CSS is one of the most famous pieces of code that almost every self-respecting developer knows and has used.

This small CSS file, when loaded before any other CSS code will reset various rendering margins, paddings, borders and various other settings to a zero value.

By doing this, the developers makes sure that all future CSS code is applied on top of this value, and not on top of some semi-arbitrary default value that one or another browser manufacturer might have for one or more HTML tags.

Reset CSS, or reset.css, has been used in a wide variety of projects, from themes for most CMS platforms, to plugins, add-ons, and even well-known Web services.

This description is practically useless since we ALL know what it does.
Last updated on January 7th, 2012

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