My first attempt with the Build your own cheatsheet! very fun!
Here is mine: https://paul-plamenig.github.io
here you have my solution
Wow, this is next level ! It looks great, congrats!
Here’s my cheat sheet: Web Dev Cheat Sheet
It covers the basics of HTML
Hey I made the Create your own cheat sheet and I decided to have Git commands in it. They also come with a description.
Live Site: https://danil0man.github.io/Git-Cheat-sheet/
Source Code: https://github.com/danil0man/Git-Cheat-sheet
Feedback is Appreciated
So I decided to create a cheatsheet for CSS Pseudo-Classes because I really love the extra zing they bring to a webpage. And, if I’m honest, because I need to remember the correct order of anchor selectors
Live site: CSS Pseudo-Class Reference
Awesome approach to the project - really like the way you gave us html, css and the finish product side-by-side
Hi everybody. This is my exercise about building my own cheat sheet challenge project in Github. I have taken some CSS selectors.
I will appreciate all your comments and suggestions. Thank you for reading this.
Hi everyone. I finished my cheat sheets and added them to a project of mine as a web page. Here is the URL:
I kept it fairly basic and gave examples of HTML tags, attributes, and some CSS properties.
Really good work! I like how you used a pale background with the black to keep the contrast readable. The headings are ordered very well too. Very clean and easy to read.
I really like your color scheme. It definitely puts mine to shame! Great job! I might cheat some of your colors xD.
The only thing I would consider improving is unifying the “width” of all the tables. I think that would make it more aesthetically appealing where the width of each column is uniform.
This is my solution for the project. Any and all feedback is appreciated!
Your cheat sheet is beautiful and takes the color pink consistently. Maybe it could be a good idea to quit the yellow color of the second table.
Thank you very much, @hanzou86. I think it is a good idea to explore lists of color palettes and CSS tables templates in order to learn interesting combinations and enrich our work.