Last update: October, 2016.

You want to learn HTML, right?

Having a proper cheat sheet will make your life a ton of easier. When I started out with web development (back in 2004), I used have a cheat sheet, too. Now it’s all in my head, though.

Whether you’re savvy web developer or just a trying to experiment a little, feel free to use this HTML cheat sheet below. I originally made it for my self, but since the launch of HTML5 I decided to update it, make it look better and share it on my website.

I’ve listed out all the mainstream HTML tags as well as the new HTML5 tags.


  • If you wish to download .pdf, click here (5,8mb)
  • If you wish to use this as an image, click here (3508 x 2717)

Feedback, questions? Leave a comment.


Need more information on HTML? I’ve also written this HTML Guide for Beginners. If you’re interested in alternative ways of building a website (i.e. using WordPress), feel free to check out my website building guide.

HTML Cheat Sheet in .pdf

HTML Cheat sheet in .png


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