With a reset, you often have to redeclare stuff that the reset ‘turns off’, so I almost always use Normalize.css. Also, I trim it on a per project basis; no need to have stuff in there that isn’t getting used.
Agreed – tweak normalize to what you’re going to use anyway. That way like @
joshuanhibbert it’s less work for you because you don’t have to re-daclare everything you intend to use and an added benefit is it’s less work for the browser and that means your site is faster.
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