Looking for a good CSS file for webpage projects

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I have a hodgepodge of css files for different projects that I have
inherited from others. It's getting a bit messy and confusing and have no
desire to use them again.

For my new projects, I would like to start using a good 'bog' css file that
has a whole bunch of css declarations for a consistent look and feel and it
includes ones that redefine html tags. Anyone can share one or recommend a
site for css samples that I can use.

Also looking for websites that have tutorials on what css to use for good
looking forms and layouts.. like what font to use for form labels, what
font size for what purpose, is it pixel or point...etc I am not into a
general css tutorial but what are good "best practices for css" to enhance
readibility and work flow.

Thanks for any help.


Re: Looking for a good CSS file for webpage projects

John Dalberg wrote:

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It'd be just a fast to make one yourself.


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