If you want to design a new web project from scratch, build on a clean and lean fundamental.

To test it, insert this CSS file in the <head> section of your HTML doc.

Depending on the browser, HTML elements are rendered differently because each browser uses its own predefined styles. That can be quite annoying because you can’t assume that your design looks the same in all browsers. Therefore, Normalize-plus.css unifies those styles.
It corrects common desktop and mobile browser bugs as well. In addition, it improves text readability and element flexibility.

Normalize-plus.css has the same comprehensive documentation as Normalize.css. It is based on Normalize.css by Nicolas Gallagher. Fell free to adapt it to your needs.