While Internet Explorer 6 is still alive and breathing, it is dying a slow death, too slow for our liking as web developers. The process has been long and arduous. With the advent of CSS3 and HTML5, browsers like IE6 are like the cars with carburetors and low MPG ratings. They harm the environment, create an unpleasant atmosphere for development, and we need a virtual Cash for Clunkers to fix it. Continue reading IE6 is still not dead, and why we are to blame
Who wants to go to Google or break out the library of programming books every single time you get stuck on something? Below is a compilation of extremely useful cheat sheets, which can be printed, laminated and placed nearby for easy reference while doing your web development and design. Everyone has moments where a function cannot be remembered, and that is where these cheat sheets can be lifesavers. Bookmark this page for an easy portal to all of the cheat sheets, or an individual page if you find it helpful. Please don’t hesitate to post any cheat sheets we neglected to include, for this is about sharing knowledge.
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