There is a 15-year history of CSS resets. In fact, a “reset” isn’t really the right word. Tantek Çelik’s take in 2004 was called “undohtml.css” and it wasn’t until a few years later when Eric Meyer called his version a reset, that the word became the default term. When Normalize came around, it called itself a reset alternative, which felt right, because it wasn’t trying to obliterate all styles, but instead bring the base styles that browsers … Read article “CSS Remedy”
I saw in an article by Nicholas Cerminara the other day (careful visiting that link, looks like they have some tracking scripts run wild) that Bootstrap 4 has a new CSS reset baked in they are calling Reboot:
… Read article “Reboot, Resets, and Reasoning”
Reboot, a collection of element-specific CSS changes in a single file, kickstart Bootstrap to provide an elegant, consistent, and simple baseline to build upon.