Love the addition of the image on the left.
love the layout and style
Here is my cheat sheet, I’ll probably add more later.
This was a great project to do, looking forward to expanding this cheat sheet. Any suggestions are very welcome!
I like your solution, I think I’ve been overthinking things and got bogged down too much in detail, as such my content leaves much to be desired, and I’m not overly happy with it.
I certainly will revisit after completing more modules and add/refine!
hi guys ! - here my cheatsheet , just a simple one . Im gonna do moree!
I like your solution too - I completely forgot about the colspan function, maybe I’ll change my code away from separate headings and incorporate them into the tables
Finally finished. Might return and add more functionality as I learn and develop but I’m proud of it so far. https://ropesmcmeme.github.io/
Please don’t be harsh. I tried
Here is my work. Let me know what you guys think. Thank you,
Here’s my project, featuring a sidebar navigation menu and some level of responsiveness - still learning the latter. Looking for any feedback on how I can improve my HTML and/or CSS. Thanks in advance!
Github Pages: https://rodrigopimentel.github.io/codecademy-project-cheatsheet/
Github Repository: GitHub - rodrigopimentel/codecademy-project-cheatsheet: Utilizing HTML/CSS to build a reference webpage documenting HTML/CSS features
Codecademy Workspace: https://www.codecademy.com/workspaces/627b3f05733b68a59298c23c
Here is my work. Any feedbacks are welcome!
Github Pages: CSS Cheatsheet
Github Repository: GitHub - minkcodin/Codecademy-Project-Build-Your-Own-Cheat-Sheet
Love, love your project! Great color scheme, great padding for each table row. Overall no issues.
Here’s my project! feel free to give me feedback.
Thanks for your comment! I appreciate it.
I’ll even save this for my personal cheat sheet
Here is the link to my cheatsheet.cheatsheet
Congrats on finishing your first independent challenge project, and welcome to the Codecademy community!