One Photo: Reset Style Sheets
Post from December 24, 2010 (↻ June 24, 2017), filed under Web Development.
This post may or may not be crystal clear. Of later reset critiques a Google+ post probably sums it up best. If you’re looking to learn when a website uses a reset, check out the Reset Style Sheet Highlighter Chrome extension.
Figure: Drive home right away or make a stop at the corner store.
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