CSS Reset

Each browser sets its own CSS-values for HTML-elements by default, because of which on different browsers one and the same element may look different (for example, indents will differ).

To make HTML elements appear the same on all browsers, use CSS Reset, which resets the default element styles.

Popular style reset options.

CSS Reset connects before other CSS files.

It is not recommended to use the reset styles specified below, because it increases CSS runtime:

* { margin: 0; padding: 0; }