My favorite strategy for this is to use Normalize.css, or something derived from it, to get known defaults, which makes removing my customizations simpler. Of course, if I simply need to inherit from the parent, I use "inherit" as the style value.
Using Normalize is quite handy. But this tool just makes sure you have consistent starting point between browsers. What about resetting a property during run time? Say you have set a background-color that you want to reset back to its default value? Would you use transparent, initial, unset or something else?
initial if I am reverting a change I made; inherit if I overrode the parent and wish to undo it, unset otherwise.
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