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HTML How to Make a Website Creating HTML Content Include External CSS

Flaviu Lonca
Flaviu Lonca
479 Points

Is this "normalize.css" needed everytime i want to create a website?

Can i use it always when I want to create a website or is it made just for this tutorial?

Annalyn Aguilar
Annalyn Aguilar
Courses Plus Student 150 Points

You should always use normalize.css on every website you created because it makes browsers render all elements of your websites consistently and it makes your website follows the web standard. There is an alternative to that which is reset.css.

1 Answer

No, but it's a good practice to reset all things that are predefined by browsers. There are many various methods to do that not just normalize.css