A good reset | Trys Mudford
Prompted by my recent post about using native
button elements, Trys puts forward a simple explanation for why someone would choose to use a
The one common feature between every codebase I’ve encountered on that doesn’t use
buttons well, is a bad CSS reset. Developers try to use a
button, and find that it still looks like a native browser button, so they grab a plain old, blank canvas
div, and build from there.
Occam’s Razor makes Trys’s explanation the most likely one.