Global White Space Reset | Left Justified

by Tom Mullaly on February 22, 2005

Andrew Krespanis has a very good article that explains the Global White Space Reset CSS techique and discusses when and how it should be used. As he says, this technique most benefits anyone who is beginning to build sites that are entirely CSS styled, and find themselves possibly overusing divs and classes, rather than positioning and styling semantic elements directly.

He also indicates that the global white space reset technique has some implications when designing forms and offers up some great CSS suggestions for dealing with this limitation. He covers the correct usage and gives some helpful examples complete with code snippets for illustration.

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