Build your Own Cheatsheet Challenge Project (HTML, CSS)

Hi Everyone,

For my cheatsheet I wanted to expand my knowledge of CSS by learning about Flexbox, which is a different method of being able to control the layout of html elements on a page, in a way that utilises space without the need of float or positioning. Please check it out if you’re interested to know more! At the moment it isn’t exhaustative as there’s a lot on info to include. Additionally, in the future, I would like to rebuild the css with flexbox, to incorporate what I’ve learnt.

CSS-Flexbox-Cheatsheet by lacurnow on Github

As always, feedback is very much appreciated!

PS The html & css of others can be visualised as a webpage in your browser by putting the github link into a previewer such as this html previewer, without you needing to download files!

-Luci

So I made my first cheat sheet. I have been a little rusty with HTML (my first time was nearly twenty years ago!), and this is my second time trying to learn CSS.

For my cheat sheet, I decided to summarize the different ways to apply color in CSS, namely listing properties, corresponding values, and what they entail, along with links to assist with finding specific colors.

You have a very strong concept in the works with this web page. There may be a few typos, but this is really good :smiley:

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This is my Cheat Sheet: CCS Selector. Spanish and English webpage.

https://light-roast.github.io/cssselectors/

Hello!

Here’s my Cheatsheet.

Hi,

Project completed. All feedback is welcome. Links for code and live version below.

https://artjanso.github.io/CheatSheet/

Thanks,

A

Here is the challenge project of mine
https://seanyang816.github.io/HTML-Table-Reference/
This is my code

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Here is my cheatsheet!
Link