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    Should we always use a CSS reset?

    Should we always use a CSS reset? or just in certain cases?

    I've read using * { } is no good for large websites as it applies it to every rule, thus slowing down the page. That was something i previously added to all sites i developed.

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    I think something that targets the separate elements rather than blankets all of them is better. Look into using Eric Meyer's reset. He has a few of them. I use reset reloaded on a few sites. I found this article interesting.

    http://www.kennycarlile.com/2008/06/...yer-css-reset/
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    What Aero said. In the end, in any design, reset will give you much better control over design.
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