Nick Schäferhoff
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jQuery-Cheat-Sheet-PDF-and-PNGWhether you’re an avid jQuery developer or just someone who is starting out, this jQuery cheat sheet below will help you out.

jQuery Cheat Sheet in .PDF


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Jquery Cheat Sheet

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    Great cheatsheet for the beginners.
    I really appriciate your effort for creating this cheatsheet. I run a blog. Can i use this cheatsheet in my site. This may really help my audience.

    Once again thank you for the awesome cheatsheet. !!!

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    Great cheat sheet!
    Am I allowed to reuse this cheat sheet in the context of a workshop,
    and if this is the case under which license are you distributing this cheat sheet?
    Of course the source will be properly attributed if this is a requirement of the license.
    Thank you in advance for your reply 🙂

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      Hi Simon,

      Absolutely – feel free to use it on your WorkShop. Just mention that it was made by websitesetup.org

      WebsiteSetup Editorial

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    WebsiteSetup Editorial,

    Looks really nice!

    One thing I’d like to see, as a developer that often flicks between my work and the JQuery docs, is a bit more info on what each thing listed does.

    It’s cool to have a list if I remembered exactly what each and everything in JQuery does, but I don’t. I think adding a very short description beside each item would make me turn to your cheat sheet first, before the JQuery online docs.

    Also consider that I might be a developer with limited internet connection so a printable cheat sheet like this could prove super useful if it had almost as much info as the official documentation.

    Thanks for sharing, it looks awesome!