Useful CSS3 Cheat Sheets

Every web designer is now using CSS3 for their web projects. CSS3 has introduced some new tags to add some amazing effects like transition, box shadow and many more useful effects. But it is not easy to remember all the tags so I have collected some CSS3 cheat sheets that you can refer to whenever you forget any tag.

The new tags introduced by CSS3 not only add amazing effects that are appealing to the user but some of the tags are also helpful to reduce the page load speed of your website. For example you can now add shadow to various elements of your web page using CSS only instead of using images for shadowing purpose. By using CSS instead of images you can make your web pages load faster.

You can download these CSS3 cheat sheets and keep it in your computer hard disk for reference.

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Comments
  1. Julia Agnes

    Cool set! THANKS FOR SHARING )

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