It is amazing to me how many times people build web sites and start to create the style sheets and such only to find out that something quirky happens depending upon the browser you are using. What if I told you that it might not have anything to do with your styles? Let me state the obvious, “There is no browser out there including same browser with different versions that act the same. In other words, you can build a style sheet that encompasses all your needs and it still does not work. Before you start to get angry or frustrated with your style sheet I would add one more style sheet. It is a reset style sheet. There is Eric Meyer’sNormalize.css. I prefer to use Normalize it seems to work the best for me. This assures that you are starting with a base browser that has everything the same as another browser. The other reason to use a reset.css is to prevent the browser from dictating to you what it will look like. You should want full control over your site. Once you do that, then try your cross browser support and if it still doesn’t work then you can get upset.
If you want to read more about resetting css, including when should you and why should you then check out this article.
Note: It has been my philosophy to add the reset css sheet from the beginning and then make changes as necessary.
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