I may be way off base, but looking at that page, the 'global reset' uses
the universal selector '*' and I thought that was recognized by IE but
not Mozilla-based browsers, so the method is browser-specific.
Bob Easton wrote:
> Every HTML element has top and bottom margin space associated with it.
> The space is usually proportional to the height of the element. What
> you are seeing is that default margin space. Many designers like to
> override the browser's default and assign their own margins. An
> article was published recently suggesting a simple CSS declaration
> that resets all elements at once. Then, you can start rebuilding with
> your own preferences.
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