Remember the Periodic Table of Elements? The building blocks of the universe (as we know it) summarised in one table. A classic example of a cheat sheet.
A cheat sheet or crib sheet is a concise set of notes used for quick reference. Cheat sheets are so named because they may be used by students without the instructor’s knowledge to cheat on a test.
In more general usage, a “cheat sheet” is any short (one or two page) reference to terms, commands, or symbols where the user is expected to understand the use of such terms etc… but not necessarily to have memorised all of them.
When “fiddling” under the hood and getting my hands dirty – I find the “cheatsheets” from AddedBytes particularly useful although Cheat-Sheets.org has a much larger and wider collection. The ones I use frequently and those available for download from this site are:
- Regular expressions cheat sheet (647.55 KB) (AddedBytes)
- Wordpress Cheat Sheet (389.89 KB) (ekinertac.com)
- Wordpress Visual Cheat Sheet (458.45 KB) (Antonio Lupetti)
- HTML Cheat Sheet (562.57 KB) (AddedBytes)
- CSS Cheat Sheet (315.28 KB) (AddedBytes)
- mod_rewrite Cheat Sheet (562.55 KB) (AddedBytes)
For a full list of free downloads available from Trupela Tok go to the Downloads section of this site.