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Werner van Strien1,190 Points
CSS Fundament, which one to use?
Hello to the ones who know,
On every website there is a main.css, or normalize.css, or else sort of basic fundament css form. Where the basic structure is put in, which can be customized by self made css forms and put under the basic one in the <head>.
Can someone tell me if there is a sort of best fundament css file to find on the internet or via team treehouse, which will be always good to put as the main css on every webpage?
Maybe the one in the lessons on css is good, I don't know (normalize.css)? But there must be a file which gives a clean start on where custamizations can be made via child.css's ??
Regards and thank in advance,
Werner van Strien
Hey Werner, normalize.css is a set of CSS rules to sort of reset the browser so your own css does not conflict with the browser specific styles.
the main.css is the main css file used on that site. but you could name it everything! app.css, werner.css, web.css. ...it doesn't matter as long as you link to it correctly from the head of your html.
i personally use css reset.