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cxKit is not (yet) a full CSS framework with fancy visual styles, layouts and grids. It was created as a solid base for starting web coding projects. CSS definitions have been tested extensively on the major browsers so that you can rely on cxKit when you build your own code upon the framework.

Main features:A reset that removes browser-specific rendering differences and disables deprecated HTML tags Consistent rendering of all HTML tags across the most common browsers Basic typographic settings that you can easily overwrite for your own projects Tested on 14 browsers and 3 operating systems Lightweight: the compressed file is about 2 KB in size Demos:reset.css: http://cxkit.com/reset.html reset.css and base.css: http://cxkit.com/reset-base.html

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