What do you understand by the universal sector?

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The universal sector in CSS refers to the set of styles that apply to all elements on a webpage, regardless of their specific type or class. These styles are typically defined in the body element and include things like font size, font family, color, margin, and padding. The universal sector is often used to establish a consistent look and feel across a website and can be modified or overridden by more specific styles applied to individual elements or groups of elements.


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