Typical cheatsheets tend to be over-sized documents, far too large to be viewed in its entirety on a desktop and not too handy for the super-fast reference that is needed. To get the full benefit of any cheatsheat, your only real option is to print it out and keep it close at hand. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was…
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Cheat Sheets Archives
This category focuses on cheat-sheets for both the web and mobile. You will find cheat-sheets covering all aspects of web design (CSS, HTML, jQuery…) and mobile app design (iOS, Android & Blackberry).
A few months back jQuery was updated to version 1.4, with loads of new features and improvements. Yep, jQuery is now even more indispensable, and with more functions, methods and arguments to try and learn and remember.
Trying to remember all of the jQuery functions is impossible. It doesn’t matter how experienced you are, or how much you use jQuery, we all need a handy and useful reference to refresh the memory and guide us. That is were cheatsheets come in.
Werther you are a CSS guru or a CSS novice you will always need some help, some resources, some tutorials, some references and, of course, some cheat sheets. In this article we have collected the best resources for answering all possible CSS questions as well as how to understand CSS and how to use it properly. There are also CSS property references, cheat sheets, not only typical cheat sheets, but also cheat sheets for CSS frameworks, conversion tables and CSS short hand.
Needing a little help with your Wordpress development? Try these useful cheat sheets, they are always helpful for reference.
Are you needing something to make you better or even faster when using Photoshop? Then this is the post for you.
This Reference Sheet was created to emphasize the many options available within CSS, particularly for Typography.
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It is pretty hard to remember all the Internet Scripting Languages, luckily we have Cheat Sheets. Below are all the best Cheat Sheets for (almost) every web script available, or at least the popular scripts. Including: CSS, Ajax, HTML, XHTML, ActioScript, PHP… and the list goes on. Hope these help.