I am just dabbing into and created a site. I tested the site and it looks good on desktop and laptops. But when I view the same home page on my iPad, I see 2px or 3px margins on top, left and bottom. Don't see any on right. I prefer not to see any margins on any side whatsoever. Don't know where else to look to resolve this issue.
If you want consistency across browsers then you'll need to find a way to flatten the various defaults. Pretty much every framework and every designer will do this as a matter of course, using some form
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