How to avoid universal Rule CSS Asterisk(*)?


Tags: css

Problem :

I have a table <table></table> and also a CSS Rule *{margin:0;padding:0;}

Now I want to nullify the effect of "margin:0" (the universal rule) over the above mentioned table. How can i achieve that?



Solution :

table#some_id {margin:10px;}

Btw. you should never use * {margin:0;padding:0;}. Rather try a CSS reset


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