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Cheat Sheets are so useful for web-developers to remember various things. It’s always complicated to memorize syntax for web developers and designers since they are always evolving and rising. Here, Cheat Sheet is always come in handy. These cheat sheets are designed to be printer friendly.
In this article we are going to present some most useful cheat sheets, especially for front end web developer. It would helpful for HTML, CSS, JavaScript and SEO purposes.

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In the last weeks I frequently received a question about how to use CSS3 border-radiusproperty to draw HTML elements with rounded corners in Internet Explorer. How you know CSS3 border-radius property is natively supported in Safari, Firefox and Chrome but for some mysterious reason this property is not supported in Internet Explorer.

So to draw rounded corners in IE you have to use some trick, for example using CSS classes with a background image (take a look at this post).

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This post is about 5 useful CSS properties that you should be very familiar with, but will most likely rarely use. I’m not talking about the new fancy CSS3 properties. I’m referring to the old CSS2 properties such as: clip, min-height, white-space, cursor, and display that are widely supported by all browsers. So, don’t miss this post because you might be surprised how useful they are.

1. CSS Clip

The clip property is like a mask. It allows you to mask the content of an element in a rectangle shape. To clip an element: you must specify the position to absolute. Then, specify the top, right, bottom, and left value relative to the element.

how css clip works

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