Build your Own Cheatsheet Challenge Project (HTML, CSS)

Hi there,

I think you have the CSS link in your html page pointing to the wrong file. If you’re uploading to github through the browser, make sure to drag the subfolders in themselves to preserve the directory.

Here’s my contribution. Enjoy!

Here is my cheatsheet covering different ways to write color.

It’s pretty basic styling-wise, but I’m proud that I’m able to do it all from scratch.

My take -

GitHub: HTML/CSS Cheatsheet Project

Any feedback is appreciated! Thank you.

Hello world,

Just did the cheatsheet project. Any feedback will be greatly appreciated. Here is the github repository. Thanks and happy coding!


Oh ok, thank you. I’ll try doing that.

First project. Tried to make as webpage learned alot by doing it whole day :smile: ← Project
CSS selectors and specificity ← Live but somehow it doesn’t connect navbar/inisdenavbar/alloruniversalsector.html

And another question. If I open my webiste in VS live server it shows it perfectly with CSS. If I open on computer index.html it doesn’t show it, it only shows index.html and If I click anywhere it doesn’t take me anywhere it’s like href="#" while building website. Did I did something wrong or it should be like that?

Hey, check out my HTML project table

source code as below

Hi! Here’s my Cheat Sheet!
I did it in dark colors so it’s easier to read. Also, I added all the notes from the CSS topics we’ve learned if it’s helpful for anyone!

Any feedback is appreciated, thank you!

I created a HTML Cheat Sheet that summarizes header tags

Suggestions and/or feedback appreciated.
Best Regards!

I always wanted to create a cheatsheet for iterators. I wanted to see which ones mutate the array, created a new array, or just extracted info. Here is a cheat sheet to organize a quick look-up! IteratorCharts

Thanks Codecademy for creating the challenge,

RE: Cheat Sheet that summarizes header tags

You can also view the html and css files on GitHub at

and the rendered web page at

Best Regards

Here is a link to my github cheat_sheet let me know what you think!

My first html and css project. Will add more in the future as well as learn how to link github properly.

Here’s my shot at this exercise. I think it went well!

Here is a link to my cheat sheet on GitHub. Would love to hear your thoughts!


My table

This is my table about fruits


  <th>My favorite fruits</th>


  <th>price per kg</th>


<tr id="apple">





<tr id="banana">





<tr id="orange">





<tr id="plum">





<tr id="melon">






table, th, td { border: 1px solid black; border-collapse: collapse; text-align: center; } th { text-align: center; border: 1px solid black; border-collapse: collapse; background-color: lightblue; } td { text-align: center; border: 1px solid black; border-collapse: collapse; } h2 { font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; } #body{ background-color:#FF99CC; } #apple{ background-color: green; } #banana{ background-color:yellow; } #orange{ background-color:orange; } #plum{ background-color:purple; } #melon{ background-color:#90EE90; }

Hi guys heres my version of the project: Github HTML and CSS Cheat sheet

or here if you want the link straight to the site: Site itself

I hope you enjoy/ find this useful

all the best,

Hey guys
Finally finish this, simple but nice I would say, please share your thoughts and ideas!