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I associate editing in HTML & CSS with toolbars found in adobe or word processing programs. I imagine many beginner developers use cheat sheets to quickly access commonly used elements and attributes. I find myself having problems remembering the name of the action I want to command. Are there any known charts or 'cheat sheets' commonly used that associate the desired command with an image example?

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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There are many resources for HTML and CSS "cheat sheets", but they generally don't use images for examples, probably for space considerations. Some examples:

There are, however, many resources where you can look up individual elements and see (and sometimes interact with) graphic examples. One very commonly used example would be MDN .

Thanks so much for getting back to me. The information is appreciated (and bookmarked). Cheers