Wouldn't it be great if with essentially 2 lines of CSS code you could fix 95% of the cross-compatibility issues between browsers?
It's no secret that over the years web developers have had issues with cross-compatibility between such major browsers as Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. Ensuring your code is the same in both has meant big business for aspirin manufacturers. But from now on we will NOT be paying for their roast turkey and Cava champagne come Christmas time. Oh no, no!
If you place that at the very top if your CSS code, it will return the formatting of your site back to a default every single browser that supports CSS will agree on.
You see, most of the issues wither down to the various margin and padding values that the various browsers set by default. By reducing them all to nothing (zero) you leave yourself with a clean slate to make any website you code from now on, the same in EVERY browser!
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