By far, one of the most frustrating parts of dealing with browser inconsistencies has got to be forms. Some designers advocate styling form elements to match the brand of a site. Others would tell you to leave them alone entirely, so that they adhere to the native look and feel of a given operating system.

SonSpring has come up with Formalize CSS. which bridges the gap between various browsers and OS’s, taking the best ideas from each, and implementing what is possible across the board. For the most part, this means most textual form elements have a slight inset, and all buttons look consistent, including the button tag

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