The W3C has a comprehensive

The W3C has a comprehensive default CSS document, which basically just codifies the default practices of most existing visual browsers. It’s a nice base to work off of, especially if you’re going to make extensive changes to the display of common elements.

One change I would make for most web projects would be to exclude FORM from the big list of block elements at the beginning, and perhaps use the following instead:

form { display : inline; }

This one little change would help eliminate most of the "the

tag always inserts extra space!" problems that web designers using layouts have struggled with for years.

Anil Dash

Anil Dash

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