5 favourites Web Developer Cheat Sheets (e.g. HTML5, CSS3, WP)

5 favourites Web Developer Cheat Sheets Just for You to quickly overview Code SyntaxOn our dailies we spent immersed time in writing front end xhtml code, javascript-events, callbacks, php-functions, customizing cms themes using their own conditional tags and api or skript language for adding new features.

Moving from one environment to another can make it hard to memorize such things as hot keys and shortcuts for each…

That’s where cheat sheets and reference cards come in handy with their compact, bare-bones information crammed into, at most, a few pages. There are cheat sheets for just about anything out there, so here are my five favorites cheat sheets for the topic ‘future and current web developing’.

1. Html 5 Elements – Cheat Sheet

As you can see HTML 5 should be ready in a couple of years, by 2022 it should be fully supported by at least two browsers.

Download: PDF created by veign(sm)

2. Html 5 Canvas Element – Cheat Sheet

The canvas element provides scripts with a resolution-dependent bitmap canvas, which can be used for rendering graphs, game graphics, or other visual images on the fly.

Download: PDF | PNG created by nihilogic

3. jQuery 1.3 – Cheat Sheet

one of the popular javascript framework in the WWW.

Download: PDF | Scribd created by woork

4. CSS 3 – Cheat Sheet

Quick reference card for Cascading Style Sheet 3, which has been supported by Firefox 3.5, Opera 9.6, Safari 3+ and Google Chrome browser.

Download: PDF created by sm

5. WordPress 2.8 Visual – Cheat Sheet

WordPress is a rich blog content management system for free.

Download: PDF | Scribd created by woorkup

More Cheat Sheets for web-lovers can be found on addedbytes and tutorialfeed

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Added by Daniel on Sunday, November 15th, 2009 | Filed under Usability

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