normalize.css makes browsers render all elements more consistently and in line with modern standards.
CSS normalization is distinct from CSS resets. It tackles common cross-browser inconsistencies and bugs without erasing useful browser defaults; and there is no visual homogenization of elements with distinct semantics.
normalize.css file is not intended to be a mysterious "black box" that is included in a project and then ignored. It is heavily commented to help expose the purpose of specific styles. You are encouraged to edit, customise, add to, and remove rulesets in order to meet the design requirements of a project.
If you prefer to use a different CSS formatting style, consider using a tool like Procssor.
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox 3+
- Apple Safari 4+
- Opera 10+
- Internet Explorer 6+