Initial value

The initial value of a CSS property is its default value, as listed in its definition table in the specification. The usage of the initial value depends on whether a property is inherited or not:

You can explicitly specify the initial value by using the initial keyword.

Note: The initial value should not be confused with the value specified by the browser's style sheet.


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