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Using CSS day-to-day? Whether you’re a super savvy web developer or just someone who wants to learn web development, this CSS cheat sheet should help you out.

I originally made it for myself, but eventually wanted to share this on WebsiteSetup.

So here you have it – a total of 29 pages, structured into different paragraphs: backgrounds, borders, fonts, texts, Column, Colours, Grid positioning and a lot more (including UI).

And oh! I’ve also listed out all the new CSS3 tags/divs, too.


CSS Cheat sheet in .pdf


CSS Cheat Sheet as an image

CSS Cheat Sheet P1

CSS Cheat Sheet P2

CSS Cheat Sheet P3


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    Hi! I am Sonu Naskar, recently passed out my advance diploma on IT from the National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology. I have seen how you listed all the CSS elements in the list, it is quite impressively well ordered. This kind of presentations is very help full for freshers. Keep it on.
    Thank you for this, 🙂

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    Thank you Nick! This was exactly what I needed and helps fit my learning style. It’s nice to see the layout and also to be able to refer back to it as needed.
    Faith in humanity restored. 🙂

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    Hi WebsiteSetup Editorial, thank you very much for the great work!!! Do you also have a (beginners) guide for building with Drupal 8?

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    What would really make this awesome is if you could get into a printable poster format instead of lots of pages, if you, fit everything into a A1 size poster so people can go get it printed as one thing