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Figure 11-2. Basic unstyled form as seen in Firefox
Although the two may appear similar at first glance, closer inspection shows considerable
differences in margins, spacing, and font sizeā€”and that's beyond the obvious differences in
widgets for select boxes, radio buttons, and submit buttons.
For this reason, it becomes more essential than ever to use some kind of mass reset style
sheet (as described in Chapter 5) to start with as level a playing field as possible. Applying the
mass reset style sheet provided in the Yahoo! User Interface library to our form results in the
comparison shown in Figures 11-3 and 11-4.
Figure 11-3. Basic unstyled form in Safari, after applying a mass reset
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