This is a delicatessen reserved for HTML- and CSS-loving palates. It could be helpful to some CSS developers : in an article titled “Really undoing HTML and CSS“, Eric Meyer offers a CSS file that undo all default values preset by the default interpretation of HTML by some browsers.
As a matter of fact, some additional explanations may be useful and they can come from another article written by Richard Rutter: “Resetting default padding and margin“.
Additional thoughts from Eric Meyer on the same issue:
For HTML and CSS specialists.
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