For Web Designers & some Developers, having a Cheat Sheet a really big help and what we have here is a very good-looking and easy to navigate CSS Cheat Sheet. You can print it and put it on you wall JPG & PDF downloads are available below.
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- [icon style=”download”]Download CSS3 Cheat Sheet JPG[/icon]
- [icon style=”download”]Download CSS2 Cheat Sheet JPG[/icon]
- [icon style=”download”]Download CSS3 Cheat Sheet PDF[/icon]
- [icon style=”download”]Download CSS2 Cheat Sheet PDF[/icon]
Created by GoSquared and here’s some insights from the makers of how they have come up of this cool cheat sheet.
“We created the original CSS Help Sheet because we spent ages staring at ugly cheat sheets while designing beautiful sites. So we thought we’d make a Help Sheet that didn’t hurt the eyes of anyone who tried to use it. The past year, we’ve found ourselves using more and more CSS3 methods, and there was never much in the way of help out there until we decided to create a Help Sheet specifically for CSS3.
We’ve kept CSS2 and CSS3 on separate Help Sheets for now as not everything in CSS3 is finalised, or works in all browsers (cough, IE).
We hope you enjoy using them, and that they help you create even more memorable, usable, and stylish websites.”
Thank you GoSquared for this wonderful Cheat Sheet!