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Reseter.css

A Futuristic Alternative to Normalize.css and CSS Resets
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🤓 Benefits

  • No need to start from scratch. Reseter.css doesn't remove all the browser styles, but instead redefines the useful ones
  • Never switch technologies. sass, less, scss, stylus, and styled-components support available.
  • Never find yourself fixing browser issues. Includes browser fixes for a wide range of browsers.
  • No need debugging load time for Reseter.css. It's sized ~0.7kb. Moreover, we are consistently trying to reduce it.
  • Get all the benefits of normalize.css. It includes all normalizations!
  • Get a better box sizing for a better experience. box-sing: border-box set
  • Completely production ready code with browser support testing and source build ci

Why do I use a css reset

There are many inconsistencies between browsers. Like Firefox 3 has a margin on top of paragraphs but Internet Explorer 7 doesn't have any margin. There are thousands of browsers with hundreds of versions. Each version at least has 500+ inconsistencies with different browsers' different versions. How to keep up? This is an easy to use solution called reseter.css

Browser Inconsistencies

🆚 There are other resets, why reseter.css?

Feature Reseter.css Normalize.css Sanitize.css Reset.css
Normalizations
Basic elemental styles Partial
Size (by bundle phobia) GitHub file size in bytes GitHub file size in bytes GitHub file size in bytes GitHub file size in bytes
Minified version npm bundle size (Minify yourself) (Minify yourself) (Minify yourself)
GZIP version npm bundle size (Compress yourself) (Compress yourself) (Compress yourself)
Box sizing
Browser support Customizable Last 3 versions Last 3 versions Unknown

🚀 Get It Running Quick

  1. You can find some templates for a faster experience in the templates section down below

  2. Create A HTML File

    <!DOCTYPE html>
    <html>
      <head>
        <title>Reseter.css Quick Start</title>
      </head>
      <body>
          <h1>Reseter.css Quick Start</h1>
          <p>Hey fella! Don't forget to change the title text an remove this paragraph and the heading</p>
      </body>
    </html>
  3. Call Reseter.css

    <!-- To be placed in the head tag -->
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/reseter.css" />
  4. Star this repository, if you like the project! It means a lot to the development team, Those stars a boosting happiness for our team

  5. How about reading a guide for best performance? Here's the link to optimizing reseter.css for production

  6. Lastly you can view our wiki for best practices and performance guides

  7. 🥳 All Set Now

📚 Quick Templates

🌟 Installation

There are various ways to install reseter.css. Like package managers, content delivery networks, local copies...

📦 Package Managers

💝 NPM Npm Downloads

npm install reseter.css

🐱Yarn Yarn Downloads

yarn add reseter.css

CDN CDN Hits

<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/reseter.css" />

Usage

Reseter.css as said, is a zero-dependency project and excels in integrating with all kinds of usage options! These are a few easy guides for people to start

<head>
  <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="path/to/reseter.min.css" />
  <link
    rel="stylesheet"
    type="text/css"
    href="path/to/your-custom-stylesheet.css"
  />
</head>

Warning!

Make Sure To Link Your Custom Stylesheet After Reseter.css Else Your Custom Styles Might Not Be Implemented

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🚅 Optimize

Note all of these guidelines are for static websites, frameworks like react have their own guide (please refer them)

  • Never import reseter.css via css, though this a option, it is not recommended for website loading, rather use html link tags

    <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/reseter.css">
  • Use this easy loading trick to make your life a lot easier

    <link rel="preload" as="style" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/reseter.css" onload="this.rel='stylesheet';this.onload=null">
    
    <noscript>
      <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/reseter.css">
    </noscript>
  • Find more at our wiki

📞 We're Ready To Support

Road Map

  • Comment Blocks In The Sources

  • Long Documentation

  • Guide

All of these items are moved to the Benefits section once done

Thanks to our supporters

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