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Unbuttoning Buttons

We dug into overriding default buttons styles not long ago here on CSS-Tricks. With garden-variety fully cross-browser-supported styles, you're looking at 6-10 CSS rules to tear down anything you need to off a button and then put in place your own styles. Hardly a big deal if you ask me, especially since it's extremely likely you'll be styling buttons anyway.

Scott O'Hara has taken a look as well including a couple of interesting other CSS explorations, neither of which stacked … Read article

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modern-normalize

Another don't call it a reset from Sindre Sorhus. It's a port of Normalize that, as the name suggests, is modernized to remove some of the older stuff and add a few opinionated bits. I'm good with light sensible opinions, like in this case, box-sizing: border-box; everywhere. This looks similar to sanitize.css which is also based on Normalize and brings a few more sensible opinions. Same with Reboot.

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Normalize (CSS) No More.

Shaun Rashid:

... as I work with building responsive websites where the widening array of devices has changed the way that we design websites, I have fallen back to the age-old statement that answers the question of whether a website needs to look exactly the same in every browser. With the answer to that question, I have found that the reset/normalize stylesheet has become unnecessary.

I wonder how popular not using any sort of reset is already? As you look … Read article

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