Build your Own Cheatsheet Challenge Project (HTML, CSS)

Here is my live website: <3


wanna have a look at my cheatsheet? feel free and let me know if it works!

Love your choice of colors.

Great job. Comprehensive. Good colors.

Fantastic work. I have bookmarked your github page and your website for further–and closer–study.

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I appreciate that! Not worked on it in a while but hopefully I’ll get back to it and be able to add plenty more useful content.

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Thank you so much! I really appreciate it!

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This is my Cheatsheet Project
Rate it please :slight_smile:

Hello there!

Heres the Live version of the project. I just have one question about it and it’s that when you add more content to the html section, your content will overflow due to the main that’s not in full height.

You can watch the repo too! GitHub Repo

Thx for your feedback! :sunglasses:


Hey everyone, here’s my cheatsheet - looking forward to your feedback…


Helvetica is a system font on most devices now, but otherwise you can import into stylesheet or HTML from Google Fonts.

In the stylesheet:

/* Global */
* {
    font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;
    box-sizing: border-box;

Hi guys, here’s my attempt!

Github repo

Live version

Any feedback welcome :smile:

Here’s a link to my Cheat Sheet reference. It was a bit of a struggling figuring out how to launch my website through GitHub, but I managed alright in the end!

Hello everyone!

This is my first gist! :grinning:

Not very creative, but still took some time to figure out things.

I have just one question - what selector should I use for making code text justify in the middle of a cell? I put a code in span element and as I understand parent element is td, but still I wasn’t able to make it work, tried all sorts of selectors (span and td).


This is my interpretation of the assignment.

Needed to update the link

I created a CSS cheat sheet to help remember the differences between CSS selectors. It’s pretty basic but I feel like it is easy to understand and read quickly. Check it out here: GitHub - hannahlouisaalexander/CSS-Cheat-Sheet: Codecademy CSS Cheat Sheet