Normalize.css – Make browsers render all elements more consistently

CSS - Framework / Added on July 30, 2011 / Add to favorites

Normalize.css is a customizable CSS file that makes browsers render all elements more consistently and in line with modern standards. It targets only the styles that need normalizing (ie. ones that have differences between default browser styles). How Normalize.css works is it preserves useful defaults, normalizes styles, corrects bugs, improves usability, and explains what the code does.
Normalize.css - Make browsers render all elements more consistently

Core Features

  • Browsers render all elements more consistently and in line with modern standards
  • Preserves useful defaults
  • Normalizes styles
  • Corrects bugs
  • Improves usability