Build your Own Cheatsheet Challenge Project (HTML, CSS)

First time posting from github, hoping this is right :smiley:
I did not do the task completly right, but I needed this for myself :smiley: …And at least it is a table :grin:

Hello, I am Christian Marín.
I’ve done the cheatsheet for flexbox. I’m pretty sure I will add more ideas, and info as soon as possible.

Flexbox ~ cheatsheet.

Give me feedback, it is welcomed.
Christian Marín.

This was an awesome project, loved the liberty to apply what I learned! Check out my Box Model Cheat Sheet, feedback is more than welcomed!

Box Model Cheatsheet

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I just finished doing the project (I think) but not sure if I should add more to it or not. thoughts?

Hello
Here is a simple cheatsheet that i created :
https://rami3344.github.io/cheatsheet/

This project was enjoyable as I continued to learn more about CSS styling within tables. I honestly struggled the most with borders inside of the tables themselves. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

Github link: My Cheat-Sheet

Here is my gist for the project, I made it in vs code and had the background image in another folder, so its not visible in github

and here’s live

https://madsiggi.github.io/cheatsheet-html/

the word machete in my country means cheatsheet btw

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Hi there! Here is the cheet-sheet that i created, is on Semantic HTML tags and relatives attribute. I chosen this color style cause i find it very comfortable to the view and i think that is helpful for a document that you have to use several times.
I really liked did this project and i’m pretty sure that i’ll update it with other useful cheet-sheet tab asap.

Here the code on Github.

Any feedback and suggest are really appreciate!! :grin:

Thank you guys.

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Please rate my cheat sheet and let me know what you think.
this is my first challenge project.

Please DM with any criticisms or advice.

Hi! I read your codes.

Good job :slight_smile:

You can also use “thead” and “tbody” to separate the table parts in your code. I think this can make your code easier to read and be modified, when your code is bigger. This’s not the case for this project, but maybe for a future project.

Hi guys! I’d love some feedback on my cheatsheet HTML Table Reference :blush:!

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Go easy on me :grimacing:

https://www.codecademy.com/workspaces/626b61b95d5589696db020be

Hi,
please take a look at my project:
https://ubik1208.github.io/codeacademyproject1/
all feedback is welcome :slight_smile:
cheers,
Łukasz

Hey everyone,
That’s my simple project:
https://mischelll.github.io/cheatsheets/index.html

:slight_smile:
Mishel

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Please critique and comment on my HTML/CSS project.
Here is my GitHub Repo:

Live GitHub Page:
https://haris-bit.github.io/BuildYourOwnCheatSheet/

Thanks!

I changed the Github name so the previous link no longer works. Here the new cheet-sheet link.

Just completed it, was really fun to do and one of the CSS properties I always forget.
Feel free to leave comments or feedback.

Live Github Page:
https://wjxfhsgxfm.github.io/FE-CP-Cheatsheet/

Code:

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I am having trouble with positioning my elements correctly.

I am trying to have a table beside an image or two tables side by side, but I am unable to have them sit nicely next to each other.

It seems the formatting goes awry when I try to use display: inline-block;

I managed to get them to kind of line up using a mix of position: relative; and other commands but it is quite finicky and needs to be updated after every change to the table itself

index.html lines 148-235 are the main culprit, if anyone can tell me how I would simplify that would be great!

Well, just for the history :slight_smile:
https://dishpak.github.io/cheatsheed/

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