Reset a property in CSS
25-03-2021 | #css
To reset a property in CSS, you use the
unset keywork for its value.
The property will be reset to its inherited value if the property naturally inherits from its parent, and to its
initial value if not.
In the demo, the first paragraph is green, the second one is black. The second paragraph's
color has the
unset keywork. It reset the property to the
initial value, black.
div element, its
color will be
red. But I set the paragraph's
color to yellow. After that, I reset the
color property. Because the paragraph inherits
color's value from its parent element,
div. So that after being reset, the paragraph is red.