Eric Meyer has updated his reset style sheet, outlining the reasons for his change in the post Resetting Again. The modifications, while small, are logical and affirm how important the Reset sheet has become to Web professionals and amateurs alike. As Eric notes “this is more than just a throwaway development tool. It really is the beginning of a baseline style sheet. (Or can be.) Things like boldfacing and italics are some of the most obvious textual effects readers will see, and to have reset styles that treat them inconsistently across browsers doesn’t make sense.”
I use a variant of the reset style sheet in every site I build; the majority of those variants are now accounted for, making my life a bit easier. As always, Eric helps our profession move forward in a realistic way that is accessible to developers of all skill levels.